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1788 Thomas Baldwin moved from Shrewsbury to Stourport to take advantage of its location on the emerging canal system<ref>Biography of Stanley Baldwin, by Stuart Ball, ODNB</ref> and established an iron foundry. 
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At some point, Thomas established the company [[Baldwin, Son and Co]]
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The foundry was expanded by Thomas's sons [[George Pearce Baldwin]] (1789–1840) and [[Enoch Baldwin]] (1793–1857).
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Latest revision as of 09:41, 18 May 2015

1788 Thomas Baldwin moved from Shrewsbury to Stourport to take advantage of its location on the emerging canal system[1] and established an iron foundry.

At some point, Thomas established the company Baldwin, Son and Co

The foundry was expanded by Thomas's sons George Pearce Baldwin (1789–1840) and Enoch Baldwin (1793–1857).


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Sources of Information

  1. Biography of Stanley Baldwin, by Stuart Ball, ODNB