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Spurrier, Glazebrook and Co

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of Worsley Street Oil Mills, Salford.

See G. S. Spurrier for possible connection.

1899 Spurrier Glazebrook's premises are shown in the Manchester edition of Goad's Insurance Plans as being located close to the Albert Bridge, bounded by the River Irwell, Worsley Street, by the finishing works of Gatley, Vickers and Co, and behind a row of buildings which faced onto New Bailey Street.

1903 Listed as Oil merchants and dealers of Worsley Street Oil Mills, Salford [1]

1937 Refiners and blenders of lubricating oils. "Spur" Oils. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1903 Slater's Manchester, Salford and Suburban Directory.
  2. 1937 The Aeroplane Directory of the Aviation and Allied Industries