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Harry W. Cox and Co

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February 1901.

of Cursitor Street, Chancery Lane, London

Harry W. Cox, an electrician, developed equipment for making and using X-rays

1904 X Ray Apparatus Manufacturers, 10 Cursitor st[1]

1908 Manufacturing Electrician of Rosebery Avenue and 15-21 Laystall St, London[2]

1909 X Ray Apparatus, 47 Gray's Inn rd[3]

1910 Death of Harry W. Cox

The company was incorporated in Cox-Cavendish Electrical Co

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1904 Phone Directory
  2. 1908 Telephone Directory London Surnames A - Z
  3. 1909 Telephone Directory London Surnames A - Z