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Gray Brothers

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of Townsend Street Foundry, Belfast

1853 Mentioned. 'Gray Brothers, Engineers and Millwrights, Townsend Street Foundry, Belfast.'[1]

1854 Advert. 'Townsend Street Corn and Grinding Mill. Messrs, Gray, brothers, beg to state that they have now completed all the works in connexion with their Mill, including Steam-Engine of 25 Horsepower, and Four pair of Stones, particularly adapted for Indian Corn, of which they grind 100 tons per week, in the best manner, and any Orders they may receive in this Department will be executed with despatch, and on the lowest terms. They have every facility of drawing to and from their Works.[2]

1868 Mention as agricultural implement makers.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Belfast Mercury - Monday 23 May 1853
  2. Northern Whig - Thursday 14 December 1854
  3. Northern Whig - Friday 04 September 1868