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Thomas Chatwin

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‎‎of Victoria Works, Great Tindal Street, Ladywood, Birmingham

also Thomas Chatwin and Co

1849 Business established

1856 The partnership of Goodby, Chatwin and Taylor was dissolved.

1861 Partnership dissolved. '...undersigned, Thomas Chatwin and Charles Taylor, as Stock Die and Tool Makers, at Birmingham, has been this day dissolved by mutual consent, as from the 25th instant. All debts will be received and paid by the said Thomas Chatwin...'[1]

1876 Mention of 'the premises called or known as the Victoria Works and now in the occupation of Thomas Chatwin of Birmingham Tool Manufacturer,'[2]

1896/7 Directory: Listed as makers of steam boilers. [3]

1896/7 Directory: Advertiser. More detail [4]

1902 Screwing tackle. [5]

1937 Machined components. "Chatwin" Machined Components. [6]

By 1938 was part of J. Brockhouse and Co

1939 See Aircraft Industry Suppliers

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