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Thomas Davis

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Thomas Davis (c1810-1877), proprietor of the Gold's Hill Iron Works, West Bromwich - See John Bagnall and Sons

1877 Obituary [1]

The death is recorded, at the age of 67, of Mr. Thos. Davis, proprietor of the Gold's Hill Iron Works, West Bromwich. Commencing life in comparatively humble circumstances, the deceased gentleman by diligent use of good business capabilities early won a position for himself. During many years he was closely allied with the commercial interests of the district, and was formerly one of the firm of Bloomer and Davis, of the Pelsall Iron Works. He was chairman of the Staffordshire Joint Stock Bank, and was a county magistrate.

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