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1876 Mention of 'Messrs. S. P. Austin and Hunter' <ref> The Newcastle Courant, England), Friday, June 2, 1876</ref>
1876 Mention of 'Messrs. S. P. Austin and Hunter' <ref> The Newcastle Courant, England), Friday, June 2, 1876</ref>


1878 [[Charles S. Swan]] was making arrangements with [[George Burton Hunter]] of [[Austin and Hunter]] at Sunderland to join him. Hunter, a young Wearside shipbuilder, had earned a reputation on the North East Coast.
1878 [[Charles Sheridan Swan|Charles S. Swan]] was making arrangements with [[George Burton Hunter]] of [[Austin and Hunter]] at Sunderland to join him. Hunter, a young Wearside shipbuilder, had earned a reputation on the North East Coast.


1879 This partnership was dissolved; Burton became Manager of a new firm known as [[C. S. Swan and Hunter]] on Tyneside.
1879 This partnership was dissolved; Burton became Manager of a new firm known as [[C. S. Swan and Hunter]] on Tyneside.

Latest revision as of 19:05, 5 December 2014

Austin and Hunter, ship builders of Sunderland

After 1871, George Burton Hunter returned to Wearside and formed a partnership with S. P. Austin, presumably Austin and Hunter.

1876 Built the Fenton, of 784 tons gross, for Mr. W. Milnes.

1876 Mention of 'Messrs. S. P. Austin and Hunter' [1]

1878 Charles S. Swan was making arrangements with George Burton Hunter of Austin and Hunter at Sunderland to join him. Hunter, a young Wearside shipbuilder, had earned a reputation on the North East Coast.

1879 This partnership was dissolved; Burton became Manager of a new firm known as C. S. Swan and Hunter on Tyneside.


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  1. The Newcastle Courant, England), Friday, June 2, 1876