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Goodbrand and Holland

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1895. From ‘Lectures on Practical Weaving’ by T. R. Ashenhurst

Founded by Walter Goodbrand and Thomas E. Holland

1879 Listed as Goodbrand and Holland of 29 Market Place and Victoria Works, Dutton Street, New Bridge Street, as 'Engineers and Machinists' and 'Mill Furnishers', [1]

1895 Listed as 'Engineers and Machinists', 'Mill and Colliery Furnishers', 'Milling Engineers' and 'Pump Makers' of 28 Market Place with works at Southall Way, Strangeways. [2]

c1900 Became Goodbrand and Co

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Slater's Directory of Manchester & Salford, 1879. [Part 2: Trades, Institutions, Streets, etc.]
  2. Slater's Manchester & Salford Directory, 1895. [Part 2: Trades, Institutions, Streets, etc.]