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Azahiah Griffiths

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Azahiah Griffiths (c1839-1910) - possibly Charlton Ironworks

1911 Obituary [1]

AZARIAH GRIFFITHS died on May 19, 1910, in his seventy-second year. His early life was spent in the iron and steel trade, in the Sheffield district, where he was general manager of the Cherlton Iron Works.

He relinquished that branch of business and went into the fireclay and silica trade, when he joined the firm of Grayson Lowood of Sheffield.

In 1879 he severed his connection with this firm and started business at Bonnybridge in Stirlingshire, where he spent the remainder of his life.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1886.

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