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Ommanney & Tatham of New Bridge Foundry, Salford, Manchester.
1869 Partnership between William Routledge and Frederick Francis Ommanney dissolved on 31 December by mutual consent. Business to be carried on between Frederick Francis Ommanney and Reginald Tatham as Ommanney and Tatham 
1871 The above partnership was dissolved by the death of Reginald Tatham. Business to be carried on as Ommanney and Tatham with Frederick Francis Ommanney and William Turner as partners Mr Tatham died following an accident while testing a press in the works
1871 Walker's 'Manchester' steam pump described and illustrated in 'The Engineer 
1871 Made a pair of beam pumping engines for Tewkesbury Waterworks. Cylinders 12" dia, 2 ft stroke 
1876 Partnership between Frederick Francis Ommanney and William Turner, carrying on business as Ommanney and Tatham, New Bridge Foundry, Adelphi Street, dissolved by mutual consent 
1876 Notice of sale of the works of Ommanney and Tatham. The turning and planing shops were each 110 ft by 47 ft; erecting shed 162 ft by 112 ft. Other buildings included a smithy, brass foundry, pattern shops, offices. Machine tools by Hulse, Collier, Whitworth, Shepherd Hill, and other makers