Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 163,152 pages of information and 245,599 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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Denny and Co

From Graces Guide
1888.
1891. Compound Engines of the Paddle Steamers "Princesse Henrieite" and "Princesse Josephine".
1936. Machine Plate.

Marine engineers, formerly Tulloch and Denny, of Dumbarton.

1862 Tulloch and Denny changed its name to Denny and Co

1868 William Denny became a partner at the engine works

1871 Walter Brock became partner at the engine works

1871 James Denny, Senior became a partner at the engine works

1885 R. B. Pope became a partner at the engine works

1893 Henry William Brock became a partner

1896 John Ward became a partner at the engine works; Colonel John Denny became a partner at the engine works.

1896 Archibald Denny became a partner at the engine works.

1914 Engineers and Boilermakers. Specialities: Marine Engines and Boilers generally, Machinery for Destroyers etc. [1]

1918 The Leven shipyard, William Denny and Brothers, and the marine engine works of Denny and Co were combined in a single limited liability company William Denny and Brothers Ltd.

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