Author Topic: What is the link between this stone beer bottle and Ironville?  (Read 571 times)

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Re: What is the link between this stone beer bottle and Ironville?
« Reply #9 on: Sunday 31 December 17 15:54 GMT (UK) »
Another location where bottles were made, and again about 5 miles away - Denby.

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Re: What is the link between this stone beer bottle and Ironville?
« Reply #10 on: Sunday 31 December 17 16:04 GMT (UK) »
Many thanks - new avenues - well worth exploring.

Codnor Park did have it's own pottery - taken over by Joseph Bourne of Denby a number of years before the business was closed in Codnor Park and transferred to Denby around 1865.
The main names that I am researching into at the moment are Cadman,(originating from Bulkington, Warwickshire), Smedley, (Leicestershire and Derbyshire), Paynes (Leicestershire, Yorkshire and Derbyshire) and Udall - you will also find several other names on my web page. I look forward to E-Mails from anyone who would like to share or talk about our family history.

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