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Revision as of 15:27, 23 May 2020

of Sheffield

Grandson of John Smith, who was Master Cutler in 1722

The family first owned blast-furnaces in 1740.

1796 Joseph Fletcher Smith was Master Cutler.

His son was Benjamin Smith who started Stanton Ironworks


Some of his ancestors:

Henry Smith was included in the original charter to the Cutlers Company granted by James I in 1624.

1722 John Smith was Master Cutler, and Town Collector of Sheffield in 1731

c1740 John Smith, his son, bought an interest in Sheffield blast-furnaces, which eventually became his sole property. His son was Fletcher Smith


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Sources of Information

  • Obituary of Josiah Timmis Smith
  • Obituary of Charles Smith