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William Nuttall

From Graces Guide

of Doncaster.

Makers of confectionery.

Presumably makers of Nuttall's Mintoes.

1951 Acquired the Lavells chain of shops

1951 Arthur Guinness and Son acquired a controlling interest in the company[1]

By 1956 was part of a group of companies which were 80 percent owned by Arthur Guinness and Son; other companies in the group included Riley Brothers (Halifax), Callard and Bowser, and the Lavells chain of shops; this investment provided most of Guinness's non-brewing profit in the previous year[2]

By 1976 Guinness' confectionery subsidiary was referred to as Callard and Bowser, Nuttall[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Feb. 3, 1956
  2. The Times, Feb 03, 1956
  3. The Times, Dec 15, 1976