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1932 Alfred Ridge and Sons was bought by [[John James Jewitt|John J. Jewitt]].<ref>Footprint Tools website</ref>
 
1932 Alfred Ridge and Sons was bought by [[John James Jewitt|John J. Jewitt]].<ref>Footprint Tools website</ref>
  
1936 The company was put into voluntary liquidation; W L Ridge was chairman<ref>The London Gazette    12 June 1936</ref
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1936 The company was put into voluntary liquidation; W L Ridge was chairman<ref>The London Gazette    12 June 1936</ref>
  
 
WWII Supplied mine detectors for the D-Day landings.
 
WWII Supplied mine detectors for the D-Day landings.

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1951

of 72 Wellington Street, Sheffield

1760s Alfred Ridge & Sons were established suppliers of wood boring tools to the Royal Navy.

1932 Alfred Ridge and Sons was bought by John J. Jewitt.[1]

1936 The company was put into voluntary liquidation; W L Ridge was chairman[2]

WWII Supplied mine detectors for the D-Day landings.

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Sources of Information

  1. Footprint Tools website
  2. The London Gazette 12 June 1936
  • [1] Footprint Tools