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Hammond Electric Light and Power Supply Co

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1883 New Factory for the making of Incandescent Lamps at Bermondsey Street.[1]

Presumably connected with Robert Hammond, an early supplier of electricity generation systems and lighting.

1883 Ferranti, Thompson and Ince was wound up at the end of the year and its affairs amalgamated with the Hammond Electric Light and Power Supply Co[2].

1884 Various companies which had been wound up held their final meeting at the offices of this company in Finsbury - presumably indicative of the Hammond company having acquired their affairs[3]:

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1883/05/25
  2. The London Gazette 4 January 1884
  3. The London Gazette 16 May 1884