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of Stockport Gas Engine Works, South Reddish, Stockport
1880 Advert for patent Bisschop gas engine.
1881 Partnership change. '...Partnership (if any) between Eliza Howard Andrew, Charles Henry Andrew, and Ann Maria Andrew, carrying on business as Engineers, at Stockport, under the style or firm of J. E. H. Andrew and Co., was determined on the 30th September last by mutual consent; and the business has been since the 30th September last carried on and will continue to be carried on by the said Eliza Howard Andrew and Charles Henry Andrew as sole partners therein, under the style of J. E. H. Andrew and Co...'
1881 Employing 52 men and 2 boys.
1883 Advert. Sole makers of the Bisschop patent gas engine: patentees and makers of tobacco spinning machines, gas roaster for coffee, chicory, cocoa, malt, tobacco stalks for snuff taking etc. 
1890 Showed gas engines driving a Phoenix dynamo at the Engineers, Electricians, Builders and Ironmongers Exhibition.
Later built two-stroke and then four-stroke engines
1906 Absorbed by Richard Hornsby and Sons of Grantham. The Stockport works were added to those at Grantham.