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Haslam and Schontheil

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Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, 11 Windsor Place, Cardiff.

Cable connectors.

1914 Company name changed to Haslam and Stretton, Mr. Theodore Schontheil, a British Born Subject, adopted the name of Stretton.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1914/10/02