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1877 Dissolution of the Partnership between Messrs. Henry Clayton and [[Francis Howlett]], under the firm or style of [[Henry Clayton, Son and Howlett|Henry Clayton, Son, and Howlett]], as Engineers, Machinists, and Ironfounders, at the Atlas Works, Woodfield-road, Harrow-road, London, W.<ref>London Gazette 22 Feb 1878</ref>  
 
1877 Dissolution of the Partnership between Messrs. Henry Clayton and [[Francis Howlett]], under the firm or style of [[Henry Clayton, Son and Howlett|Henry Clayton, Son, and Howlett]], as Engineers, Machinists, and Ironfounders, at the Atlas Works, Woodfield-road, Harrow-road, London, W.<ref>London Gazette 22 Feb 1878</ref>  
  
1879 '''Clayton and Howlett''' of London exhibited "Sturgeon's" high speed air-compressors
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1879 '''Clayton and Howlett''' of London exhibited [[John Sturgeon|"Sturgeon's"]] high speed air-compressors
  
 
Succeeded by [[Clayton, Howlett and Venables]]
 
Succeeded by [[Clayton, Howlett and Venables]]

Latest revision as of 15:37, 22 January 2021

1869. Brick-making Machine with End Delivery.
1871.
1870.
1873.
1873. Peat Compressing Machinery.

Henry Clayton, Son and Howlett of Atlas Works, Harrow Road, London.

c.1868 Successor to Henry Clayton and Co

1872 Patent to Henry Clayton, Henry Clayton, junior, and Francis Howlett, all of the Atlas Works, Woodfield-road, Harrow-road, Middlesex, for an invention of "improvements in treating peat, and in apparatus employed therein."[1]

1877 Dissolution of the Partnership between Messrs. Henry Clayton and Francis Howlett, under the firm or style of Henry Clayton, Son, and Howlett, as Engineers, Machinists, and Ironfounders, at the Atlas Works, Woodfield-road, Harrow-road, London, W.[2]

1879 Clayton and Howlett of London exhibited "Sturgeon's" high speed air-compressors

Succeeded by Clayton, Howlett and Venables


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 15 Oct 1875
  2. London Gazette 22 Feb 1878