Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Bostock and Bramley

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1921.
1939.

of Odontic Works, Stalybridge, Cheshire.

1921 Francis John Bostock went into business on his own account as Messrs. Bostock and Bramley, Ltd., Netherton, Huddersfield. Presumably assicated with Swinfen Bramley-Moore who had also worked at David Brown and Sons

Later the firm was associated with Messrs. Joshua Buckton and Company, Ltd., Leeds, and Messrs. Craven Brothers, Ltd., Reddish, near Stockport.

The works were later removed to Stalybridge, Lancs.

1965 Acquired by J. H. Fenner and Co.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, September 29, 1965