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Charles Crookes

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Charles Crookes (c1836-1904), head of Crookes, Roberts and Co.


1904 Obituary [1]



1904 Obituary [2]

CHARLES CROOKES died on September 22, 1904, at his residence in Sheffield. He was sixty-eight years of age, and was head of the firm of Crookes, Roberts & Co., steel converters and refiners, and manufacturers of engineers' tools, of the Argus Works, Shoreham Street, Sheffield. He was a member of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, and a prominent citizen.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1902.


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