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Arthur Wild (c1860-1930) of [[William Wild and Sons]]


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ARTHURWILD died on July 5, 1930, at the age of seventy.


He was Governing Director of the firm of [[William Wild and Sons|William Wild & Sons, Ltd.]], Sheffield, which was established by his father in 1875.
In addition to his interest in the non-ferrous industry he was a keen geologist and also controlled an important refractory plant at Holyhead.
Mr. Wild was elected a Member of the Institute of Metals on May 3, 1917.
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Arthur Wild (c1860-1930) of William Wild and Sons


1930 Obituary [1]

ARTHURWILD died on July 5, 1930, at the age of seventy.

He was Governing Director of the firm of William Wild & Sons, Ltd., Sheffield, which was established by his father in 1875.

In addition to his interest in the non-ferrous industry he was a keen geologist and also controlled an important refractory plant at Holyhead.

Mr. Wild was elected a Member of the Institute of Metals on May 3, 1917.


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