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Hird, Dawson and Hardy

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Originally Hird, Jarratt, Dawson and Hardy (Richard Hird, John Jarratt, Rev Joseph Dawson, and John Hardy). The partners established the famous blast furnaces at Low Moor, near Bradford in 1790. Jarratt left the business in 1813. [1]

1856 of Low Moor Iron Works


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  1. 'The Low Moor Ironworks, Bradford' by Charles Dodsworth, Industrial Archaeology, The Journal of the History of Industry and Technology, Vol 8, No. 2, May 1971