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Huggetts Furnace Iron Smelter (United Kingdom)


Bay levelled. Pond dry. Much glassy slag. Bricks in stream. Cannon balls found. Traditionally where the first iron guns were cast in 1543. "Master Huggett and his man John, They did cast the first Can-non." No firm proof of this and other sites have also been suggested. See Oldlands Furnace and Iron Plat Furnace. Known period: 1560-1574. For details see [url]http://www.wirgdata.org/searchsites.cgi[/url]

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Last updated March 7th 2009 by Peter Burgess
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Last updated March 7th 2009 by Peter Burgess

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Huggetts Furnace Iron Smelter belongs to the East Sussex region.

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