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Bush and De Soyres

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Seen at Bristol Docks
Seen at Bristol Docks
Seen at Bristol Docks

Bush and De Soyres of the Bristol Iron Foundry

formerly T. and E. Bush

See Francis Johnstone De Soyres and Thomas Southwood Bush

1877 Commenced with this name

1880 Listed as 'Bush and De Soyers, engineers and ironfounders, and makers of chilled rolls, Cheese Lane, St. Philips' and 'De Soyres, Frederick J. engineer (Bush and De Soyres), 13 Buckingham Vale, Clifton.' and 'Bush, Thomas S., engineer (Bush and De Soyers), Cheese Lane. St. Philips'. [1]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 1880 Slater's Directory of N and S Wales etc. Part 2: Shrops, Mon, Bristol & Chester