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James Lindsay and Co (of Preston)

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of Canal Foundry, Preston.

Iron Founders and Millwrights

1825 Listed as iron founders[1]

1827 20 HP portable steam engine advertised for sale by James Shawcross at a cotton mill in Little Houghton, Worsley[2]

A bell at Brindle St Joseph’s Church in Preston bears the date and name "1828 J. Lindsay and Co, Canal Foundry Preston" [3]

Foundry later became Stevenson and Co

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Sources of Information

  1. 'History, Directory, and Gazeteer of the County of Lancaster', Vol 2, by Edward Baines and W. Parson
  2. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 28 July 1827
  3. [1] Website relating to Brindle St Joseph's Church