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Wilsons, Pease and Co

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of Tees Iron Works, Middlesbrough, previously Gilkes, Wilson, Leatham and Co

John Frederick Wilson was managing director of the firm for many years[1] - referred to as Wilson's Pease and Co, Tees-side Ironworks.

Robert Theodore Wilson (1856-1931), was a partner in the firm[2]

1897 Bronze Medal at the Brussels International Exhibition[3]

1898 Managing Director was Herbert Marshall. [4]

1911 Manufacturer of Brake Blocks; Chairs and Sleepers and Ironfounders for the Railways.[5]

By 1924 the company had been consolidated into Pease and Partners

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Jan 31, 1922
  2. The Times, Jul 24, 1931
  3. The London Gazette, 4 February 1898
  4. The Engineer 1898/10/07
  5. Bradshaw’s Railway Manual 1911