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William Campion, sewing machine maker, of Aberdeen Street, Nottingham
1862 Business established - presumably a successor to Campion and Johnson
1870 Registered design of Jenny Lind machine
1870 Patent #3190 of 1867 to W. Campion of Nottingham and W. Campion of Sneinton declared void.
1875 Business sold to James Augustine Hine.
By 1876 the business had closed
1877 Court case brought by Hine against Campion for fraud, especially in respect of claimed performance of the patent sewing machines.
1894 Reference in a court case to William Campion, cycle manufacturer of Byron Works, London Road, Nottingham, and to Edward William Campion, of 11 Robin Hood St, licenced victualler and manager to Mr William Campion.