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“A insignificant memorial to a significant man”

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Monument to Thomas Boulsover
Reviewed 27 July 2016

A insignificant memorial to a significant man - Thomas Boulsover - erected by Sheffield’s Master Cutler in 1926, and built partly from stone taken from the mill which once existed here, and from which the Wire-Mill Dam gets its name. It once powered the largest water-wheel in Sheffield.

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Reviewed 14 October 2015

Cutler and inventor of Sheffield plate a memorial to him is in whitely woods between wire mill dam and porter brook another is located in tudor sq in the city centre

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