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John Dewhurst and Son

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May 1896.

of Atterclliffe Road, Sheffield

1873 Business established, presumably, by John Dewhurst

1891 John Henry Dewhurst joined his father in partnership

1892 the business was converted into a private limited company. John Dewhurst died this year.

1898 Thomas James Robinson of Royds Foundry, Attercliffe, petitioned to wind up John Dewhurst and Son[1]. John Henry Dewhurst and George Longden were trading as John Dewhurst and Son[2]

1902 converted into a private limited company

Later larger works were installed at Tinsley, Sheffield.

presumably some connection with Dewhurst's Engineering Co

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 26 April 1898
  2. London Gazette 27 May 1898