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R. and H. Green and Co, shipbuilders, of Blackwall.
The origins of the yard are said to go back to 1612 - the oldest yard in the country - see Blackwall Shipyard
Proprietors of the Blackwall Line to India and Australia
1843 the shipbuilding partnership of Wigram and Green at the Blackwall Shipyard expired; the yard was divided down the middle. Money Wigram and Sons retained the western half and the Greens retained the eastern half, later becoming R. and H. Green and Co.
1852 The Amazon was lost at sea having earlier suffered from overheated bearings
Formed F. Green and Co as shipbrokers
1894 Antwerp Exhibition. Showed a model of the steel lifeboat Duke of Northumberland. 
1894 Acquired by the newly registered R. and H. Green Ltd who continued to build ships at Blackwall until 1907.