Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Smith, Baker and Co

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of Cornbrook, Manchester.

Made some of the earliest telephones, telephone exchanges, and phonographs in Britain.

Michael Holroyd Smith was a partner

1885 Dissolution of the Partnership between Michael Holroyd Smith and Charles Laurence Baker, under the style of Smith, Baker, and Co.,at Cornbrook, Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, in the trade or business of Electrical, Telegraph, and Mechanical Engineers, and Philosophical Instrument Makers, by mutual consent, as from the 19th day of October, 1885; the business would be carried on by Charles Laurence Baker alone under the same style.[1]

Later became Charles L. Baker and Co presumably

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 28 May 1886