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W. and A. C. Russell and Co

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1887

W. and A. C. Russell and Co, ironfounders, of Scotia Foundry, Athol Street, Pendleton, near Manchester. Branch Works and Depot at 41 Tabernacle Street, London

1880s Artistic and Ornamental Ironfounding firm.

Founded by William Russell and Alexander Cockburn Russell, who were joined in 1881 by their brother-in-law, Alexander Neil. William Russell did his early training with the Falkirk Iron Co.[1]

1892 The Fletcher, Russell and Co was registered on 16 February, to acquire the business of gas engineers and iron founders of the firms of T. Fletcher and Co and W. and A. C. Russell and Co. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 'Royal Album of Arts and Industries of Great Britain' Wyman and Sons, 1887
  2. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  • [1] Falkirk Archives: ironfounders