Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Sampson and Co

From Graces Guide
1891. Page 70

Sampson and Co of 43, Haworth’s Buildings, Cross-street, Manchester; manufactory, Stroud, Gloucestershire. Manufacturers of main driving belts for the cotton industry.[1]

Also see Edward Frank Sargeant and W. J. Edwards (Manchester)

1887 Exhibited leather driving belts, sewn with hemp laces or copper wire.

1900 July. The Paris Exhibition. Leather belts.[2]

1911 Company wound up. Edward Frank Sargeant is appointed liquidator.[3]

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