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Sheepbridge Stokes

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1963. Transfer line for the manufacture of cylinder liners installed by Sheepbridge Stokes in 1962.
1963. Liners produced by Sheepbridge Stokes.
November 1968.

of Chesterfield

1922 Private company Sheepbridge Stokes Centrifugal Castings Co incorporated as subsidiary of the Sheepbridge Co[1]

1937 Ironfounders. "Centrard" Cylinder Liners. "Centricast" Cylinder Liners and Piston Rings. "Centrilock" Valve Inserts.[2]

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

1948 Subsidiary of Sheepbridge Engineering Ltd[3]

1949 Subsidiaries were [4]:

By 1950 the company was known as Sheepbridge Stokes[5]

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Cylinder liners.[6]

1968 The company advertised as Sheepbridge Stokes (see advert)

1979 GKN acquired Sheepbridge Group, maker of automotive components[7]

1995 Sheepbridge Stokes was owned by GKN[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, May 09, 1949
  2. * 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries
  3. The Times, Oct 13, 1948
  4. The Times, May 09, 1949
  5. The Times, Oct 27, 1950
  6. 1963 Motor Show
  7. Wednesday, Apr. 30, 1980
  8. Companies House filing