Somerset Voices: J Harold Moon

Albert Day and the Day family owned an iron foundry, which operated from about 1869 until 1950, in Mark, a village on the edge of the Somerset Levels. They made agricultural implements including apple and cheese presses as well as putts, carts, wagons and wrought iron gates. The foundry also did casting work for the family firm of wagon makers, Wensley’s of Mark.

Listen to J Harold Moon and read the transcript

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