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Edward Freer Daniel

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Edward Freer Daniel (1839-1922)

1866 Edward Freer Daniel, Manager, Abbey Iron Works, Shrewsbury.[1]

1922 July 19th. Died.[2]

1923 Obituary [3]

EDWARD FREER DANIEL, born at Wellingborough on 31st January 1839, and died at Broadstairs on 19th July 1922, at the age of eighty-three, was engineer to Messrs. Worthington and Co., Burton-on-Trent, from 1880 to 1910. Previously he had been with the firm of Thornewill and Warham, also of Burton-on-Trent, and during that period he brought out a patent cask washer.

He retired from active work in 1910 and went to live at Broadstairs, Kent.

He became a Member of this Institution in 1866.

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