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Langdon-Davies Electric Motor Co

From Graces Guide

Langdon-Davies Electric Motor Co. of Southwark, maker of Electric motors.

1891 The business was set up (according to the adverts of the successor company)

1898 The company was registered on 27 January.

1898 The catalogue advertised their range of electric motors

1899 Advertised alternating current electric motors for hire or purchase

1899 On the winding up of Nalder Brothers and Co, each shareholder would receive one share in Langdon Davies Electric Motor Co Limited for each share held in that company[1]

1901 Alfred Soames, who had been a partner in Nalder Brothers, was the managing director of an electrical manufacturing company[2]

1903 Catalogue issued

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 29 Dec 1899
  2. 1901 census