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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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Presumably successor to [[Baldry and Yerburgh]]
Presumably successor to [[Baldry and Yerburgh]]


c.1910 Company formed involving [[Henry Osborne Baldry]], presumably Mr [[John Eardely Yerburgh|Yerburgh]] and [[William Haines Hutchinson|W. H. Hutchinson]], contractors for public works.
c.1910 Company formed involving [[Henry Osborne Baldry]], presumably Mr [[John Eardley Yerburgh|Yerburgh]] and [[William Haines Hutchinson|W. H. Hutchinson]], contractors for public works.


1930 Acquired the foreign rights to the ''Carpave'' system<ref>Edinburgh Gazette 4 March 1930</ref>
1930 Acquired the foreign rights to the ''Carpave'' system<ref>Edinburgh Gazette 4 March 1930</ref>

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of 21 Queen Anne's Gate, London (1911)

Presumably successor to Baldry and Yerburgh

c.1910 Company formed involving Henry Osborne Baldry, presumably Mr Yerburgh and W. H. Hutchinson, contractors for public works.

1930 Acquired the foreign rights to the Carpave system[1]

1939 Baldry, Yerburgh and Hutchinson (Roads) Ltd was removed from the register of companies[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Edinburgh Gazette 4 March 1930
  2. London Gazette 17 January 1939