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Layfield and Calverley

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of Grimshawe Street, Burnley

1864 Advert: 'BOILER WORKS, GRIMSHAWE STREET, BURNLEY.
LAYFIELD AND CALVERLEY, Manufacturers of every description of STEAM BOILERS, CISTERNS, GASOMETERS, WROUGHT IRON PANS, BREWING BOILERS, &c., on the most Approved Principles.
Repairs of Boilers, &c. promptly attended to.
Dealers in SAFETY PLUGS, WATER GAUGE TAPS, STEAM GAUGES, WATER GLASSES, &c.'[1]

1875 'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned James Layfield and Thomas Calverley carrying on business at Burnley, in the County of Lancaster, Boiler Makers under the style or firm of "Layfield and Calverley," has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, and that all debts due to and owing by the said firm or co-partnership will be received and paid by the said Thomas Calverley who will henceforth carry on the said business on his own account. As witness our hands.[2]

See James Layfield and Son.


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Sources of Information

  1. Burnley Gazette - Saturday 23 July 1864
  2. Burnley Gazette - Saturday 17 April 1875