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At some point established works at Dorchester in Dorset - see Eddison Steam Rolling Co
1883 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership hereinfore subsisting between us the undersigned, Walter Eddison and Richard Noddings, carrying on business at Cowley, in the county of Oxford, as Steam Plough Proprietors and Cultivators and Machine Agents, under the style or firm of Eddison and Noddings and the Oxfordshire Steam Ploughing Company, expired and was dissolved...'
1883 Jack Eddison bought out his partners in the business, which owned 14 sets of steam cultivators
1887 A manager, John Allen, was brought to Oxford from the Dorchester works
1897 John Allen bought out Eddison; he concentrated the business on steam road-rolling rather than cultivation, which was a more lucrative business.
1904 The proprietor was still John Allen
Presumably later became Oxford Steam Plough Co