Born in Norfolk in 1777 and a miller by training, Jeremiah Colman managed a mill at Bawburgh before buying his own mill at Pockthorpe in 1803. In 1814 he bought the mustard business of Edward Ames and moved it to a mill at Stoke Holy Cross where he started crushing mustard seed. By 1829 he was selling mustard in London.
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