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R. and H. Green

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R. and H. Green Ltd of Blackwall Yard, Blackwall, shipbuilders.

Successors to R. and H. Green and Co

1894 The company was registered on 20 April, to acquire a business of shipbuilders and engineers. [1] - R. and H. Green and Co

1895 R. and H. Green Ltd of Blackwall Yard[2]

1902 With the decline of Thames shipbuilding, R. & H. Green became part of the ship repairing partnership, R. and H. Green and Silley Weir. The Blackwall yard remained in use, with a major graving dock but the main site was at the Royal Albert Dry Docks.[3]

1907 R. and H. Green Ltd finished building ships at Blackwall.

1910 The company was amalgamated with Silley Weir and Co, as R. and H. Green and Silley Weir, with premises at the Royal Albert dry docks.

Formed F. Green and Co as shipbrokers

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. Post Office London Directory, 1895. [Part 4: Trades & Professional Directory]
  3. [1] National Maritime Museum