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Robert Warner and Co

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1913.
1918.

Robert Warner and Co of Hall Lane, Walton-on-Naze, and 97 Queen Victoria Street, London

and of 14-16 Cockspur Street, London, and Walton-on-the-Naze. (1919). [1]

Presumably the business of Robert Warner (1815-1896)

1870 A small works and foundry was erected for the company by John W. Brooke, who remained for sometime as manager before setting up his own business: J. W. Brooke and Co.

1900 June. Royal Agricultural Show at York. Showed 'a large variety of pumps'. [2]

1903 Showed a windmill at the 1903 Royal Agricultural Society's Windmill Trials.

1907 Robert Warner and Co (Engineers) Ltd was incorporated, of 14-16, Cockspur Street, London, S.W.1.

1911-14 Known for their steam pumps.

1922 Robert Warner and Co (Engineers) Ltd, General Engineers and Ironfounders. Manufactured pumps, boiler feed-water regulators.

Notes

The works manager at A. G. Mumford also had an interest in this company and the pumps were similar in both companies


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1919/10/17
  2. The Engineer of 22nd June 1900 p650
  • Steam Engine Builders of Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire by Ronald H. Clark. Published 1950 by The Augustine Steward Press