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William Bailey and Co

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‎‎William Bailey and Co of Worsley, Manchester, heating and sanitary engineers.

1895 William Bailey, 47 Spring Gardens, plumbing and sanitary engineer[1].

1909 Heating and Sanitary engineers, 20 St Mary's Parsonage[2]

1909-1979 Manchester Archives hold (1 box) Records including agreements relating to the formation of the private limited company, 1909; articles of association, 1915; papers relating to proposed and completed installations, circa 1928-1979 (15 items); senior staff agreements of service,1909-1913; patents granted to the company (2 items).


Note

1895 The partnership of W. H. Bailey, J. H. Brindle, A. T. Newbold, J. Mason, ball chain manufacturers under the style Bailey's Ball Chain Co, of Hulme, Manchester, was dissolved[3]. In 1895 there was a W. H. Bailey, cycle ball chain maker, 172 Warde St, Manchester II [4] which may be the person concerned and hence not the William Bailey of this page or William H. Bailey


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Sources of Information

  1. Slater's Manchester & Salford Directory, 1895
  2. Slater's Manchester, Salford & Suburban Directory, 1909
  3. The Times 27 July 1895
  4. Slater's Manchester & Salford Directory, 1895
  • Manchester Archives GB127.M523 Collection William Bailey and Co. Ltd, of Manchester, heating and sanitary engineers 1910-1979