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Agricultural Implement Makers, of Britannia Iron Works, Gainsborough
represented in London by William G. Wilson
1848 Company established.
1849 Renamed as Britannia Ironworks and commenced production of road steam engines.
1857 William's son, James, became a partner in his father's company which was renamed William Marshall and Son.
1861 William's other son, Henry, became a partner in the business.
1862 Incorporated as limited company Marshall, Sons and Co. Ltd in August 1862.