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Monkhouse and Glasscock

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1942 The company was voluntarily wound up; meeting held in Launceston; chairman E. L. Glasscock[1]

1943 of Snowfields,London, S.E.1.; listed under "Agreed Charges" determined by the Transport Tribunal[2]

1947 Monk and Glass (Export) of Snowsfields, London

1950 of Hardwidge Street, London; listed under "Agreed Charges" determined by the Transport Tribunal[3]

1952 of Hardwidge Street, London; listed under "Agreed Charges" determined by the Transport Tribunal[4]

1958 Alfred Bird and Sons acquired Monkhouse and Glasscock, makers of Monk and Glass custard powder[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 7 April 1942
  2. The Edinburgh Gazette 25 June 1943
  3. The London Gazette 21 March 1950
  4. The London Gazette 19 February 1952
  5. The Times Feb. 3, 1958