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Tyler and Ellis

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Novel Air Compressor.

Refrigerating engineers, of Crown Court, Cheapside, London

1890 Consulting engineers.[1]

1891 Mentioned as the 'Tyler and Ellis Improved Process' when the National Skating Palace issued shares.[2]

1897 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned Alfred Hugh Tyler and John Stuart Ellis de Vesian carrying on business as Engineers and Contractors at 20 New Bridge-street and formerly at 5 Crown-court Cheapside E.C. under the style or firm of Tyler and Ellis has been dissolved by mutual consent...'[3]

1901 Tyler and Ellis Manufacturing Co wound up.[4]

1902 Sale of the Engineering and Refrigeration Plant at their premises.[5]

By 1912 had been acquired by Ransomes and Rapier[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Pall Mall Gazette - Friday 08 August 1890
  2. Westminster Gazette - Saturday 30 March 1895
  3. The London Gazette Publication date:15 January 1897 Issue:26814 Page:273
  4. The London Gazette Publication date:2 August 1901 Issue:27340 Page:5157
  5. Northampton Mercury - Friday 14 March 1902
  6. IMechE proposal for Vivian Sanguinetti