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G. H. Innes and Co

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1896. Chaff Cutters.

of Exchange Iron Works, Hitchin

of Station Iron Works, Hitchin, Herts.

1845 Company established by Thomas Perkins.

1872 Company continued by Perkins, Paternoster and Burlingham.

1883 Continued by Burlingham, Innes and Paternoster.

1914 Specialities: Power Chaff Cutters and Forage Preparing Plant, Hay Corn and Straw Elevators, Corn and Seed Screens, Sack Lifters, Combined Machine as Lifter, Loader and Shooter, Harrows, Land Pressers and Field Rolls, Steam Power Chaff and Ensilage Cutters. Employees 78.[1]

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