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1836 The works were built by the [[Monmouthshire Iron and Coal Co]] and consisted of three blast furnaces and puddling mills.
 
1836 The works were built by the [[Monmouthshire Iron and Coal Co]] and consisted of three blast furnaces and puddling mills.
  
1848 The lease of the Victoria Iron Works, which was located two miles south of [[Ebbw Vale Ironworks]], was acquired by the [[Ebbw Vale Co]] from Sir Benjamin Hall (who was the son of Benjamin Hall of [[Cyfarthfa Ironworks]] and Charlotte, daughter of [[Richard Crawshay]]).  
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1848 The lease of the Victoria Iron Works, which was located two miles south of [[Ebbw Vale Ironworks]], was acquired by the [[Ebbw Vale Co]] from Sir [[Benjamin Hall]] (who was the son of Benjamin Hall of [[Cyfarthfa Ironworks]] and Charlotte, daughter of [[Richard Crawshay]]).  
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 09:15, 19 January 2021

1836 The works were built by the Monmouthshire Iron and Coal Co and consisted of three blast furnaces and puddling mills.

1848 The lease of the Victoria Iron Works, which was located two miles south of Ebbw Vale Ironworks, was acquired by the Ebbw Vale Co from Sir Benjamin Hall (who was the son of Benjamin Hall of Cyfarthfa Ironworks and Charlotte, daughter of Richard Crawshay).

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