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Partners were [[Herbert Percy Saunderson]] and [[Arthur Vernon Gifkins]]
Partners were [[Herbert Percy Saunderson]] and [[Arthur Vernon Gifkins]]


1913 Employing 238 persons
1912 Dissolution of the  Partnership  between  Herbert  Percy  Saunderson  and  Arthur Vernon Gifkins,  carrying  on  business  as  Engineers  and  Iron-founders,  at  Elstow  Works,  Bedford,  under  the  style or firm of "SAUNDERSON AND GIFKINS." All debts  due  and  owing  to  or  by  the  said  late  firm  will be received  or  paid,  and  such  business  will  be  carried on  in  the  future  by  [[Saunderson  and  Mills]]  Limited.<ref>The London Gazette 20 September 1912</ref>


Became [[Saunderson Tractor and Implement Co]]
1924 The company was taken over by [[Crossley Brothers]]


== See Also ==
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 17:20, 14 September 2019

c1912. Saunderson 25 nhp tractor. Exhibit at World of Country Life

of Bedford

formerly H. P. Saunderson and Co

Partners were Herbert Percy Saunderson and Arthur Vernon Gifkins

1912 Dissolution of the Partnership between Herbert Percy Saunderson and Arthur Vernon Gifkins, carrying on business as Engineers and Iron-founders, at Elstow Works, Bedford, under the style or firm of "SAUNDERSON AND GIFKINS." All debts due and owing to or by the said late firm will be received or paid, and such business will be carried on in the future by Saunderson and Mills Limited.[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 20 September 1912