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1914 Principals: [[Ernest Asplan Beldam]], M.I.Mar.E., and [[W. R. Beldam|William Robert Beldam]].
 
1914 Principals: [[Ernest Asplan Beldam]], M.I.Mar.E., and [[W. R. Beldam|William Robert Beldam]].
  
1914 Manufacturers of Asbestos and Indiarubber. Specialities; Asbestos Packings and Jointings, Mechanical Rubber Goods and A1 "Lascar" packings and "Kymbala" Jointing.<ref>[[1914 Whitakers Red Book]]</ref>
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1914 Manufacturers of Asbestos and Indiarubber. Specialities; Asbestos Packings and Jointings, Mechanical Rubber Goods and "A1 Lascar" packings and "Kymbala" Jointing.<ref>[[1914 Whitakers Red Book]]</ref>
  
 
1920 The Company  was wound  up  voluntarily, with  a  view  to  its  reconstruction; a  new  Company,  under  the  name of [[Beldam  Asbestos Co|Beldam  Asbestos Company]] Limited, was to be registered; the  assets and  undertaking  were to be transferred  to  the new  Company; [[William Robert Beldam|W. Robert Beldam]] was chairman of the meeting<ref>London Gazette 20 April 1920</ref>
 
1920 The Company  was wound  up  voluntarily, with  a  view  to  its  reconstruction; a  new  Company,  under  the  name of [[Beldam  Asbestos Co|Beldam  Asbestos Company]] Limited, was to be registered; the  assets and  undertaking  were to be transferred  to  the new  Company; [[William Robert Beldam|W. Robert Beldam]] was chairman of the meeting<ref>London Gazette 20 April 1920</ref>

Latest revision as of 17:23, 10 April 2020

of 1A New London Street, London E.C. Asbestos and India-rubber Manufacturers

1892 Company established by Robert Beldam (1850-1903).

1914 Principals: Ernest Asplan Beldam, M.I.Mar.E., and William Robert Beldam.

1914 Manufacturers of Asbestos and Indiarubber. Specialities; Asbestos Packings and Jointings, Mechanical Rubber Goods and "A1 Lascar" packings and "Kymbala" Jointing.[1]

1920 The Company was wound up voluntarily, with a view to its reconstruction; a new Company, under the name of Beldam Asbestos Company Limited, was to be registered; the assets and undertaking were to be transferred to the new Company; W. Robert Beldam was chairman of the meeting[2]



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  1. 1914 Whitakers Red Book
  2. London Gazette 20 April 1920