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of 18 Exchange Street, Manchester and Tower Building, 22 Water street, Liverpool, Oil Merchants.
 
of 18 Exchange Street, Manchester and Tower Building, 22 Water street, Liverpool, Oil Merchants.
  
Established in 1867 as [[Joseph Robinson]].  
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Established in 1867 as [[Joseph Robinson (of Manchester)|Joseph Robinson]].  
  
 
Continued as '''Robinson and Meade-King'''
 
Continued as '''Robinson and Meade-King'''

Latest revision as of 09:28, 12 June 2020

September 1909.
December 1910.
1959.

of 18 Exchange Street, Manchester and Tower Building, 22 Water street, Liverpool, Oil Merchants.

Established in 1867 as Joseph Robinson.

Continued as Robinson and Meade-King

Then became Meade-King, Robinson & Co.

1914 Principals: R. R. Meade-King, J .P., Richard Robinson and William Smellie. Business: Mineral Oil Distributors representing the largest independent Refineries. Whale Oil and Fish Oil Importers from all parts of the World.


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