Wm. Jackson & Company, Sheaf Island Works - Sheffield, UK


 

 

 

William Jackson & Co.

Merchants, steel converters and refiners, and manufacturers of locomotive engines, railway carriages and wagon springs, files, tools, saws, spades, picks, edge tools, sheep shears, sickles, and general railway stores.  Sheaf Island Works, Pond-hill.

 

Francis White, General and Commercial Directory and Topography of the Borough of Sheffield, 1862 (Sheffield: Francis White & Co., 1862), p. 118.
 


 


The information compiled here was made possible by contribution from Geoffrey Tweedale.  His new book, the "Tweedale’s Directory of Sheffield Cutlery Manufacturers 1740 – 2010" was a cornerstone to the reconstruction William Jackson's Historical Overview.

In addition, Prof. Tweedale shared his comments and guided my understanding of intricate details about Sheffield merchants and toolmakers.  His contribution of "WILLIAM JACKSON & CO – The Story of the Mark" piece included in the profile, adds to understanding Sheffield's ways of life.


Notes and References
 

Joseph Rodgers' Cutlery

Tweedale’s Directory of Sheffield Cutlery Manufacturers
1740-2013

2nd Edition

In the 19th century, Joseph Rodgers & Sons in Sheffield was the most famous cutlery firm in the world. Its mark - the Star and Maltese Cross - was the most prestigious (and most imitated). Rodgers' is one of hundreds of enterprises profiled and illustrated in Tweedale's Directory.

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