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Thomas Nash (d.1910)

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(William Robert Thomas) Tom Nash (1869-1910), managing director of the Sheffield Testing Works

1869 Born in Highworth near Swindon[1] son of Thomas Nash and his wife Mary

1901 Inspector engineer mechanical, living in Sheffield, with Alice M Nash 32, Amy W Nash 6, Dorothy A Nash 4[2]

1902 Took over the testing works from his father

1910 Died in Sheffield[3]

1910 Obituary [4]

THOMAS NASH died on April 9, 1910. He was managing director of the Sheffield Testing Works.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1905. In that year he acted as a member of the Reception Committee during the visit of the Institute to Sheffield.

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