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Thomas Roebuck

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Thomas Roebuck (1725-1772)

1725 Born the son of John Roebuck (1680-1752)

1770 October. Thomas Roebuck and Charles Gascoigne became joint managers of the works of the Carron Co. Thomas supervised the manufacturing.

1772 January. The death of Ebenezer Roebuck occasioned Thomas Roebuck, his brother, to resign the Department he held at his place.

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