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Joseph Warden, Junior

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1847.
1852.

of Old Church Works, Jamaica Row, Birmingham

1844 Marriage of Sarah Emma, the youngest daughter of the late James Fortescue, Wine Merchant, and Joseph Warden, Wholesale Iron Merchant.[1]

1849 Directory: Listed as manufacturers of railway equipment.[2]

1849 Directory: Listed as nail manufacturers

1849 Directory: Listed as rivet makers

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Sources of Information

  1. Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Monday 06 May 1844
  2. History and Directory of Birmingham, 1849: Railway Equipment