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Grandson of George Firth, founder of the business that became [[William Firth]] Ltd in Leeds
 
Grandson of George Firth, founder of the business that became [[William Firth]] Ltd in Leeds
  
1914 Mr. William Firth was a Director of [[Thornhill Iron and Steel Co]]., Ltd., Dewsbury, and a member of the [[Iron and Steel Institute]].  
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Son of [[William Firth (1835-1892)]]
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Became a director of the company [[William Firth]] Ltd after the death of his father.
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1914 Mr. William Firth was a Director of [[William Firth]], [[Thornhill Iron and Steel Co]]., Ltd., Dewsbury, and a member of the [[Iron and Steel Institute]].  
  
  

Revision as of 15:28, 16 January 2020

Grandson of George Firth, founder of the business that became William Firth Ltd in Leeds

Son of William Firth (1835-1892)

Became a director of the company William Firth Ltd after the death of his father.

1914 Mr. William Firth was a Director of William Firth, Thornhill Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Dewsbury, and a member of the Iron and Steel Institute.


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