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Cadogan Ironworks

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of Chelsea

Possibly formerly Cadogan Foundry

1877 Bankrupt. '...In the Matter of John Benham, junior, of the Cadogan Ironworks, Stanley Bridge, King's-road, Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, Ironfounder, adjudicated Bankrupt ...'[1]

1887 Advertisement. 'Pocock's Patent Iron Buildings, Churches, Cottages, Warehouses, etc. Cheapest, strongest, quickest erected, most durable.— Cadogan Ironworks, Stanley-bridge, Chelsea, S.W. (close to Station).[2]

1889 'The Registrar made a receiving order under a petition presented against George Forman, of Cadogan Ironworks, Pool's-lane, Chelsea, and Upper Phillimore-place, Kensington. The assets are considerable, comprising plant and machinery to the value of about 2000/. and other property.'[3]

1890 Bankrupt. '...George Forman of 1, Upper Phillimore-place, Kensington, Middlesex, and carrying on business at the Cadogan Iron Works, Fools-lane, King's-road, Chelsea, Middlesex'[4]

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