CJR Fyson & Sons

Owing to the high local demand for replacement and renewals of mills, and repairs to existing mills, Fyson’s soon became a steady and profitable business and functioned alongside the other millwrights business in Soham known as ‘Hunt Bros.’, which was situated across town from Fysons at Mill Corner, in those days a waterside industrial area called after its’ situation ‘Waterside’. Hunt Bros. sold their land to the millers Clark and Butcher c.1876 and eventually old Thomas Hunt retired leaving Fyson’s with the lion’s share of the millwrights business in the local area.

Fysons functioned alongside the other millwrights business in Soham known as 'Hunts Bros' based at Mill Corner for many years. Thomas Hunt decided to sell his land to the millers Clarke and Butcher around 1876 and eventually retired leaving Fysons as the main millwright business in the local area.

Hunt Bros MillwrightsThe Hunts Bros Millwright Yard Near Mill Corner

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