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Marshall, Rodgers and Co

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of Lion Foundry, Liverpool (on both sides of Crompton Street).

Ironfounders, anchor smiths, and general engineers.

1841 Sale of machinery, utensils, engines by Taylor and Martineau and Dean of Bolton.[1]

Note: In another 1841 Sale Notice, the name is given as Marshall, Rogers and Co. The machinery included planing machines and a nut planing machine by Haley and Co., and a 20 HP steam engine by Dean of Bolton.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Liverpool Standard and General Commercial Advertiser, 13 April 1841
  2. Liverpool Mail - Saturday 10 April 1841