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George Scott and Son, of 44 Christian Street, London.
Works: Bradfield 37 Road, Silvertown, E16.
1888 F. W. Scott's patent air compressors.(see advert)
1888 Frank Walter Scott junior became a partner.
1896 Dissolution of the Partnership between Frank Walter Scott the elder, Frank Walter Scott the younger and Ernest George Scott carrying on business as Engineers at 44 Christian-street, St. George's in the East London under the style or firm of George Scott and Son and at 67 Lord-street Liverpool under the same style of Geo. Scott and Son so far as regards the said Frank Walter Scott the younger. The business was continued by the other 2 partners under the same styles
1899 Dissolution of the Partnership between Frank Walter Scott and Ernest George Scott, carrying on business as Engineers, at 44, Christian-street, St.George's-in-the-East, 38, Lime-street, in the city of London, and 67, Lord-street, Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, under the style or firm of George Scott and Son.
1922 Manufactured chemical plant, evaporators, oil extraction plant, soap, glycerine and caustic soda plant. Speciality: the "Scott" evaporator.