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** Locations of Sugarhouses -
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** Directory of Sugarhouses

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* Archaeology
* Architecture
* Blog
* Book
* Candy
* Capillaire & Spirit Colour
* Case Studies
* Fatalities (240+)
* Fires (210+)
* German Influence
* German Migration
* Glossary
* Indentures & Testimonials
* Inventories
* Letters
* Manufacturing Process 1846
* Manufacturing Process 1949
* Miscellany
* Moulds, Jars and Sugar Loaves
* Phoenix Fire Office
* Portraits (50+)
* Reading List
* Refineries
* Reminiscences
* Sales of Premises, etc (130+)
* Sitemap
* St George's German Lutheran Ch
* Sun Fire Office
* Tielhen's Refining Books c1760
* Working Conditions 1876
* Wills (290+)

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      ****  Old London sugar money = today's German dwellings in Hessen.  ****
 

It is generally agreed that the sugar trade began in the UK, in London, c1544, with two cane sugar refineries .... today there is barely one.
In between, a vast number of individuals and companies have come and gone, in an industry, which until the 20c, was a notoriously labour intensive, hot, exhausting, and dangerous place to work.
A database of some of those involved in the cane sugar refining industry, mainly in the UK, 16-20C.
Additional information may be available from the original sources, or from the compiler, who will also be pleased to receive further contributions to the database.
 
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No of entries: 41,270 Last update: June 2017
   

"Bryan's website is very comprehensive - a shining example of the range and variety of sources available to build up the history of a trade and its workforce."
- WDYTYA July 2017
 
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