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Dempster, Moore and Co

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January 1888.
1920s Dempster, Moore radial arm drill
1920s Dempster, Moore lathe
Dempster Moore shaping machine in New Zealand
Metal turning lathe.

of Corporation Street and St Andrew's Works, Glasgow.

1873 Dempster, Moore and Co., 49 Robertson Street, Glasgow.[1]

1878 William P. Moore, of the Firm of Messrs. Dempster, Moore, & Company.[2]

1930 'Dempster Moore k Co. (Machinery), Ltd. Private company, to adopt agreement between Dempster Moore Co., Ltd., 197 Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, and James Raeside Auld, manufacturers' agent, residing Garfield House, Stepps, and John M'Conachie Rollo, engineer, Ardgrochan, Lennoxtown, as trustees for this company and to carry on the business engineers— electrical, mechanical, constructional, and general. Capital. £5000 in £1 shares.'[3]

1952 Mr J. M. Rollo. managing director Dempster, Moore and Co. Ltd., precision tool manufacturers. High Bonnybridge.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Glasgow Herald - Wednesday 07 May 1873
  2. Edinburgh Gazette Publication date:5 March 1878 Issue:8875 Page:183
  3. Dundee Courier - Saturday 27 December 1930
  4. Kirkintilloch Herald - Wednesday 12 March 1952