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Taylor, Struve, Eaton and Price

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became Taylor and Sons

of Briton Ferry and Neath

Henry Taylor (1845-1909) started in business on his own.

1893 Produced a compound engine for the Morriston Tin Plate Co.

Later he took into partnership some of the younger Prices of Neath Abbey, who continued as partners until 1896, when the firm of Taylor, Struve, Eaton and Price was dissolved.[1]

1896 Henry Francis Taylor, William Peddie Struve and Robert William Phillips Eaton continued the business of General Manufacturing Engineers at Briton Ferry under the style of Taylor Struve and Co. and Joseph Henry Price and Charles Edwin Price continued the business of Iron and Brass Founders at Neath under the style of Price and Co.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1937/01/29
  2. London Gazette 16 June 1896