Jones, William Richard

Jones, William Richard

(1839–89) engineer; born in Scranton, Pa. As a youth he worked in iron foundaries and other trades, then went off and served with distinction in the Civil War. After the war, he went on to become one of Andrew Carnegie's most expert and trusted steel mill superintendents, both because of his knowledge of steel production and his ability to manage the men. He introduced many innovations to the industry, such as the Jones mixer and armor-plated hoses.
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Since then, she has set up her own website attracting sufferers worldwide, and got in touch with three cousins from Anglesey - Dylan Sion Jones, William Richard and Kameron Tamne - who all have the genetically inherited condition.
Since then, she has set up her own website attracting sufferers worldwide, and even got in touch with three cousins from Anglesey; Dylan Sion Jones, William Richard and Kameron Tamne who all have the genetically inherited condition.