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of East Stewartstreet, Greenock, engineers and founders
1859 John Scott and John Scott, Junior, sole partners of the firm of Scott, Sinclair, and Co., Engineers and Founders, in Greenock, sold the works hitherto occupied by them in East Stewart-street, Greenock, with the Machinery, Utensils, and Stock in trade therein, and goodwill of their business, to the Greenock Foundry Company.
1866 Sequestration of the estates of Scott and Company, Shipbuilders in Greenock, and Charles Cunninghame Scott, Shipbuilder in Greenock, and John Scott, youngest, Shipbuilder, the Individual Partners of that Company, as partners, and as Individuals, and the said John Scott, youngest, as an Individual Partner of the Company, carrying on business in Greenock, as Engineers and Iron Founders, under the firm of the Greenock Foundry Company
1904 The Trustees of the deceased John Scott, C.B. and Robert Sinclair Scott were the sole Partners in Scott and Co, shipbuilders and engineers, and Greenock Foundry Co, engineers and iron founders, when these businesses were sold to Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co and subsequently the partnerships were dissolved