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Coats Iron and Steel Co

From Graces Guide
January 1888.

Coatbridge, Scotland.

1889 Goodwins, Jardine and Co to purchase Coats Iron and Steel Co and James Goodwin and Co.[1]

1890 Bankrupt. '...Coats Iron and Steel Company of Coatbridge company and David Goodwin South Crescent Ardrossan John Smith residing South Crescent Ardrossan and William Jardine residing at The Rinds Baillieston as partners thereof ...'[2]

1898 Petition for liquidation. '... the Coats Iron and Steel Company of Coatbridge, of which the deceased David Goodwin, Engineer, who Resided at South Crescent, Ardrossan, John Smith, residing at 16 South Beach, Ardrossan, and William Jardine, residing at The Rhinds, Baillieston, were the Partners,...'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. James Goodwin and Co
  2. Paisley Daily Express - Monday 14 April 1890
  3. The Edinburgh Gazette Publication date:17 May 1898 Issue:10988 Page:485