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A. J. Miller and Co

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Nov 1919.

Engineers, Broughton Market, Edinburgh.

1919 The business was incorporated as A. J. Miller and Company Limited, a private company with a capital of £6,000, to carry on business as engineers, machinists, smiths and electricians[1]

1921 The company quickly changed its name to Broughton Engineers Limited and was listed as electrical engineers and contractors, gas lighting and heating engineers, machinists and boiler makers.[2]

The company went into voluntary liquidation.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Scotsman 6 December 1919.
  2. Slater's Royal National Commercial Directory of Scotland 1921
  3. Edinburgh Gazette 1 July 1921
  • National Records of Scotland BT2/10791