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Joseph Cliff (c1841-1914), of Leeds, one of the principals of the Frodingham Iron and Steel Co

of Union Foundry (Bradford), Yorkshire


1865 Joseph Cliff established the furnaces at Frodingham to make iron.

Later the company became Joseph Cliff and Sons (Frodingham), trading as the Frodingham Iron Co

Later became Frodingham Iron and Steel Co.

1914 Obituary [1]

JOSEPH CLIFF died at his residence at Scawby Grove, Lincoln, in June 1914, at the age of seventy-three. He was one of the principals of the Frodingham Iron and Steel Co., Ltd.

He was an original member of the Iron and Steel Institute, having been elected in 1869.

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