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John Smith and Son (of Halifax)

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of Kingston Lathe Works, Hopwood Lane, Halifax.

1896, 1903 Advertising as Smith and Wilshaw, Lathe Makers, Kingston Lathe Works, top of Hopwood Lane, Halifax. [1] [2]

1931 Sale of plant and machinery '(instructed by Messrs. John Smith and Son, who are giving business)'. Included equipment by Summerskill, F. Town and Sons; Davis and Lucas, Brown and Sharpe (gear cutting), Whitcomb-Blaisdell Machine Tool Co, John Lang and Sons, Tarite bench grinder, as well as John Smith and Son. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 3 October 1931 </ref>

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Sources of Information

  1. Bradford Daily Telegraph - Thursday 25 June 1896
  2. Leeds Mercury - Friday 13 February 1903