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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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1894 Established to carry on the business of ship repairers. With the closure of David Scott and Sons Limited, Hamiltons were left as the only repair business in Belfast, apart from [[Harland and Wolff]] and took over part of Scott's yard.<ref>Shipbuilding and Shipping Record 1 October 1959, p263</ref>
1894 Established to carry on the business of ship repairers. With the closure of David Scott and Sons Limited, Hamiltons were left as the only repair business in Belfast, apart from [[Harland and Wolff]] and took over part of Scott's yard.<ref>Shipbuilding and Shipping Record 1 October 1959, p263</ref>


1962 The business was incorporated as A. W. Hamilton and Company Limited.
1962 The business was incorporated as A. W. Hamilton and Company Limited. In the 1980s the company moved to Newtonards, where it manufactured chemical processing machinery, boilers and tanks.


==See Also==
==See Also==

Revision as of 16:29, 23 November 2021

Ship repairers, boilermakers and engineers, Prince's Dock, Belfast

1894 Established to carry on the business of ship repairers. With the closure of David Scott and Sons Limited, Hamiltons were left as the only repair business in Belfast, apart from Harland and Wolff and took over part of Scott's yard.[1]

1962 The business was incorporated as A. W. Hamilton and Company Limited. In the 1980s the company moved to Newtonards, where it manufactured chemical processing machinery, boilers and tanks.

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Sources of Information

  1. Shipbuilding and Shipping Record 1 October 1959, p263
  • L. A. Ritchie, The Shipbuilding Industry: A Guide to Historical Records (1992)