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1928 The company was renamed [[Parkinson Cowan|Parkinson and Cowan]] - new shares quoted<ref>The Times, 17 July 1928</ref>.
 
1928 The company was renamed [[Parkinson Cowan|Parkinson and Cowan]] - new shares quoted<ref>The Times, 17 July 1928</ref>.
  
1958 Name changed.
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1958 Parkinson and Cowan had 3 divisions<ref>The Times, 2 June 1958</ref>:
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* [[Parkinson Cowan Appliances]] Ltd
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* [[Parkinson and Cowan (Gas Meters)|Parkinson Cowan Gas Meters]]
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* [[Parkinson Cowan Industrial Products]]
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Name changed to [[Parkinson Cowan]]<ref>The Times, 6 June 1958</ref>.
  
 
1961 Manufacturers and dealers in gas fires, cookers and water heaters. 1,000 employees.<ref>* [[1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE]]</ref>
 
1961 Manufacturers and dealers in gas fires, cookers and water heaters. 1,000 employees.<ref>* [[1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE]]</ref>

Latest revision as of 19:29, 31 March 2020

March 1960. Tenown Seven.

of Grosvenor Gardens, London

1907 Private company.

1926 Company made public.

1928 The company was renamed Parkinson and Cowan - new shares quoted[1].

1958 Parkinson and Cowan had 3 divisions[2]:

Name changed to Parkinson Cowan[3].

1961 Manufacturers and dealers in gas fires, cookers and water heaters. 1,000 employees.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, 17 July 1928
  2. The Times, 2 June 1958
  3. The Times, 6 June 1958
  4. * 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE