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Bond, Turner and Hurwood

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1950.

of St Peter's Iron Works, Ipswich[1]

1837 Firm started by Mr. Walton Turner with partners, one of whom was George Hurwood

1846 Contract from Joseph Fison and Co for a steam-powered flour mill

1847 Death of Mr. Walton Turner; his son, Edward Rush Turner, became a partner; the firm became Edward Turner, Rush and Co

1851 George Hurwood retired

Later Edward's brother, Frederick Turner, joined as a partner and the title of E. R. and F. Turner was adopted

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Sources of Information

  1. Steam-Engine Builders of Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire by Ronald H. Clark.