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William Banks

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The Coneybury or Broseley Bottom Coal furnace, located on the Broseley Hall estate, north-east of Broseley probably began to operate in 1786–7

By 1800 William Banks and John Onions operated the works, probably as Banks and Co., along with a foundry west of Church Street

1803 Banks died

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