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Kitchen, Brown & Co of Victoria Foundry, Oxford Street, Manchester

1863 Advertising as Engineers, Millwrights & Ironfounders, and manufacturers of cranes and hoists and every type of iron work for gas and water, at 30 Oxford Street (Slater’s Directory of Manchester & Salford, 1863) Also listed as Stove, Grate & Kitchen Range Manufacturers, Victoria Foundry, 94 Oxford Street. It is assumed that this is a misprint for 24 Oxford Street, which was the address of Victoria Foundry when occupied by Vernon Kitchen. The address of William Brown, listed in 1863, was 5 Derby Street, Cheetham Hill.

20th April 1870: Partnership of John Adams and William Brown, trading as Kitchen, Brown & Co dissolved by mutual consent. Business to be carried on by William Brown [1]

26 October 1872 partnership of John Adams and William Brown, trading as Kitchen, Brown & Co dissolved by mutual consent. Business to be carried on by William Brown [2]

1876 Slater’s Directory of Manchester & Salford, Part 2, lists William Brown (late Kitchen, Brown & Co) under Engineers & Machinists, Millwrights, City Road, Hulme.

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Sources of Information

  1. 'The London Gazette', 8th July 1870
  2. 'The London Gazette', 12th December 1871