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S. Worssam and Co of Oakley Works, Kings Road, Chelsea.
Samuel William Worssam established a small factory in King's Road, Chelsea, for making saw-mill machinery.
1855 Allen Ransome left his father's firm and came to London as manager to Messrs. Samuel Worrsam and Co.
Later, Ransome filled a partnership which was left vacant by the death of one of the firm.
1866 Details of their machinery for sawing wood.
William Samuel Worssam patented the Worssam's general joiner, and commenced business at the Oakley Works, Chelsea.
The partnership between Samuel William Worssam and Allen Ransome ended; Worssam Senior joined his son William Samuel at Oakley works; Allen Ransome continued at the Stanley Works, in partnership with Mr. Frederick Josselyn
1883 Selling / building a gas engine 
1885 Gold medal for invention of wood-working machinery