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Hadden W. Todd (c1836-1906)
1906 Obituary 
HADDEN W. TODD died at Liverpool on March 29, 1906, at the age of seventy. He had for many years taken an active part in the business life of Liverpool and St. Helens, and was a son of Mr. Thomas Todd, of Aberdeen.
He went to St. Helens in 1860, when he took over the business of Todd Brothers, iron and steel manufacturers, of Canal Bank, from the late Mr. William Pilkington, and was the head of the firm of Todd Brothers from the day he took over the business.
He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1874.