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Greenhalgh and Shaw Ltd. of Halliwell Mills, Bolton.

1852 Business established by Nathaniel Greenhalgh and William Shaw.

1891 Directory (Bolton): Listed as Cotton spinners and manufacturers. More details

1896 The company was registered on 30 December, to acquire the business of cotton spinners and doublers of a company of the same name. [1]

1947 Merged with J. and J. Hayes to form Hayeshaw.[2]

1961 Spinners and doublers of Halliwell Mills, Bolton, Lancs.

1964 Hayeshaw sold its spinning interests to Courtaulds.[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. The Times, May 13, 1947
  3. The Times, September 4, 1964