Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

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  • of St. Neots, Huntingdonshire
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  • of St. Neots
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  • Ironmonger of St Neots
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  • of Paxton Hill, St. Neots, Huntingdonshire. c. 1930 Founded by Maldon Cavendish Harley (1906-1966).
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  • Mass (of St Neots)Mass
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  • of St. Neots, Cambridgeshire
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  • 1950 Samuel Jones and Co acquired the Okestubbe Mill near St. Neots
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  • ...grinding mill by the Great Ouse in Little Paxton, owned by the monks of St Neots priory. 1804 Leased to a firm of paper-makers, Henry FourdrinierHenry and Sealy Fourdrinier and John Gam
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  • William Stephen Watson (1865-1900) ...WATSON, second son of the Rev. H. G. Watson, Vicar of Great Staughton, St. Neots, was born on the 26th December, 1865.
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  • Other local breweries were acquired when they became available, in St Neots, Newport Pagnall and Northampton, which brought extra pubs. ...merged their brewing and brands divisions to create the UK’s largest family-owned brewery. Also included the acquisition of Young’s wine importing com
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  • mills at Ivybridge, Keighley and St. NeotsWiggins, Teape and Co 1724 Henry first made bank-note paper for the Bank of England at Laverstoke Mill, subsequently gaining
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  • Aberdovey (Aberdovey Silver-Lead Mining Co.) Ann United, Ash Town, Breage, Cornwall
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  • Note: This documment has been scanned from the original and not fully proof-read. Take particular care with numerals as many fractions in the original h ...alty of 1-18th and 1-20th. The mine is worked by an l80-inch cylinder steam-engine, and is now worked for copper. The company is on the costbook system,
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  • ...ndrew Reid & Co. Ltd., Strawberry House, Strawberry Place, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1. Anglo-Celtic Watch CoAnglo-Celtic Watch Co. Ltd., Gurnos Works, Ystradgynlais, Swansea.
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  • Aero-PrintAero-Print Ltd. Gatehouse Way, Aylesbury. Allen-Bradley ElectronicsAllen-Bradley Electronics Ltd., Bede Industrial Estate, Jarrow.
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  • Note: This is a sub-section of 1939 Whos Who in Engineering ...nster, 1886-89; with Sir John Coode & Son, 1889-90; P.W.D., Hong Kong, 1890-1919.
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  • Abingdon Carpets Ltd., Pen-Y-Fan Industrial Estate, Croespenmaen, Crumlin. Abington Carpets Ltd., Pen-y-Fan Industrial Estate, Croespenmaen, Crumlin.
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  • A. E. Bangham & Co. Ltd., Stoddart Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. AC-Delco (Division of General Motors Ltd.), Watling Street, Dunstable.
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  • Note: This is a sub-section of 1939 Whos Who in Engineering ...Edmonton, on tramway car tests, cables, etc., then Asst. Engr. for all sub-stations; 1906 to date, Tudor Accumulator Co.
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