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Robert Crosland

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Robert Crosland (c1813-1855)

1835 Partnership dissolved between Richard Waddington, Andrew Ewen, and Robert Crosland, ironfounders, Bradford, Yorkshire, so far as regards Andr. Ewen, 14th Nov. [1]

1842 Partnership dissolved between Richard Waddington and Robert Crosland, of Bradford, Yorkshire, iron founders[2]

1848 Of the Union Foundry (Bradford)

1855 'Sudden Deaths ...... —Robert Crosland, Esq., proprietor of the extensive Railway Foundry works, Manchester-road, is the other to whom we allude. Mr. Crosland, who during the forenoon of Wednesday seemed in his usual health, went by the Midland Railway to Leeds in the afternoon of that day, but previous to the train entering the station he was observed by his foreman, who accompanied him, to droop, and his ticket fell from his hand. He, however, rallied in some degree and returned to Bradford, and afterwards walked home. He was, however, again attacked and died about six o'clock. Mr. Crosland was a member of the Society of Friends, and 43 years of age. Seldom has there existed a warmer-hearted friend, a better master, or a more upright and unassuming man.'[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette, 3 January 1835
  2. Sheffield Independent, 9 April 1842
  3. Leeds Times, 17 November 1855