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C. E. Hall, Robinson and Co

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C. E. Hall, Robinson and Co of Standard Ironworks, Washford Road, Sheffield

1884 John Eteson Robinson went into business in agricultural and mining machinery

1890 June. Royal Agricultural Society’s Disintegrator and Grist Mill Trials.

1890 Dissolution of the Partnership between Charles Edward Hall and John Eteson Robinson, carrying on business as Engineers, at the Standard Iron Works, Washford-road, Attercliffe, Sheffield,, as C. E. Hall, Robinson,and Company. All debts settled by Charles Edward Hall.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 16 December, 1890