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Heenan and Woodhouse

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1881 Richard Hammersley Heenan acquired Woodhouse and Co at Newton Heath Ironworks, Manchester, forming Heenan and Woodhouse

1883 Dissolution of the Partnership between H. R. Woodhouse and R. H. Heenan, of Newton Heath Ironworks, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, in the trade or business of Engineers and Millwrights,under the firm or style of Heenan and Woodhouse. All debts due and owing to or by the aforesaid late firm received and paid at the offices of Newton Heath Ironworks.[1]. Mr Woodhouse retired.

Business continued as Heenan Construction Company

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 26 May 1885