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Archibald Edmeston and Sons

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1889.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.
From Bleaching and Finishing of Cotton. 1918.

of Cannon Street Ironworks, Salford

of Springfield Works, Patricroft, Manchester (1914)

1845 Company established by Archibald Edmeston

1861 Partnership change. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Archibald Edmeston, Gray Denison Edmeston, and Thomas Edmeston, carrying on business as Millwrights and Engineers, under the style or firm of A. Edmeston and Co., has been this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to or by the said concern, will be received or paid by the said Archibald Edmeston, by whom the said concern will be carried on...'[1]

1881 Employing 54 persons.[2]

1891 Released a catalogue of their bleaching, dyeing and printing machinery. [3]

1914 Engineers to bleachers, dyers and calico printers, millwrights. Specialities: patent Edmeston cloth stretching machine, Edmeston and Bentz bleaching apparatus, patent Edmeston friction clutch ; cotton, paper and all other kinds of calender bowls. Employees 120. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette Publication date:18 January 1861 Issue:22472 Page:220
  2. 1881 Census
  3. The Engineer 1891/04/10
  4. 1914 Whitakers Red Book