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William Tatton and Co

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of Upperhulme Dyeworks, near Leek; Mayfield Mills, Ashbourne; and Buxton Road Mills, Leek.[1]

of Parkside Mills, Golborne and Pendle Mill, Leigh.

Throwsters, dyers and processors of silk, rayon and nylon yarns.

1869 Company founded.[1]

1929 Incorporated as a Private Limited Company.[1]

1947 William Tatton (Leek) incorporated as a Public Limited Company to acquire the entire share capital of William Tatton and Co.[1]

1959 Purchased from Courtaulds the rayon processing mills of Harbens.[2]

1964 Acquired by Carrington and Dewhurst.[3]

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Sources of information

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 The Times, October 29, 1947
  2. The Times, November 3, 1959
  3. The Times, December 16, 1964