Cannon Made in Falkirk

The present location of ordnance made in Falkirk

Carron Gun AbroadThe present location of ordnance made in Falkirk: smooth bore muzzle loading (SBML)

The attached table [Present location of Ordnance made in Falkirk]  presents the current known location of over 170 pieces of ordnance made at the either the Carron Iron Works or at the Falkirk Iron Works.  There will be many more out there and we would appreciate it if you could contact us to let us know the presence of any others – or to provide us with photographs.

Bermuda Carronade
32-pdr cannon no. 71362, cast in 1807, now  at gate to Warwick Camp, Hamilton in Bermuda.                                                                             Photograph : Raymond Patrick Hayney of Royal Bermuda Regiment.
cannon 1
Carronades at Mombasa in Kenya. Photograph: Scott Melvin of Larbert
cannon 2
Carron Co 36pdr at La Spezia in Italy, cast in 1819. Photograph : Scott Melvin of Larbert.
Pendennis Castle 1 small
6-pdr Carron made cannon of 1812 on display at Pendennis Castle, Cornwall. Photograph: Mark Malone, April 2019.

4 replies on “Cannon Made in Falkirk”

Hi I’ve come across a 6 lb 1812 cannon made by Carron company in pendennis castle Falmouth
I’ve two pictures if you are interested in me sending them to you let me know you’re email address
Regards
Mark

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I have a hall marked medal with an inscription on the reverse ‘Presented to James Curlers for proficiency in ambulance work 1912’. Any information please?.

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Can you send us photographs of front and reverse of your medal please? Is there an inscription round the rim? Do you know anything about James Curlers? It would be good if you could send us a photo of the hallmark if that’s possible. From the hallmark we can tell the date of manufacture, where it was manufactured and the metal it is made of. email flhs.secretary@yahoo.co.uk

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Dear Sir,

I have a letter dated 1810 written by Joseph Stainton Manger, discussing wooden railway and Lord Elgin brick kilns.

Letter addressed to Robert Beaumont in Charleston.

John

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