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British Industrial History

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  • in Compton Dando, near Pensford, Somerset ...was a corn mill, one of several mills served by the River Chew between Pensford and Keynsham. It was downstream of Woodborough Mill.
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  • in Woodborough, Compton Dando, near Pensford, Somerset This was one of several mills served by the River Chew between Pensford and Keynsham. It was downstream of Woollard Mill and upstream of Comp
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  • in Publow, near Pensford, Somerset This was one of several mills served by the River Chew between Pensford and Keynsham.
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  • ...NGS, FORGINGS and GENERAL SMITH’S WORK, Every description of NEW and SECOND-HAND MACHINERY, Including Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Mowing and Reaping Machin
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  • John Freeman and Copper Co, of Swansea, also in Somerset (at Stanton Drew, Pensford, Bitton and Swinford Copper Mills) 1764 The White Rock Copper Works company was re-formed as John Freeman and Copper Co
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  • ...ngham and all the South Midland counties with its coal, iron, steel and non-ferrous metallurgical trades. These embrace every kind of product from the h ...rdshire iron trade. In 1619 a patent was granted him for smelting in a coal-fired furnace. He worked this at Pensnett, where plenty of coal was at hand,
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  • Acomb Coal Co, The Grange, Prudhoe-on-Tyne. Ashington Coal Co, Milburn House, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
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