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W. J. and C. T. Burgess

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January 1906.

Brentwood, Essex.

1870 Patent in the area of reaping and mowing machinery[1].

1880 Illustrated leaflet for Emery's Patent Saw Cotton Gin, new patent water lift or noria, large size new patent water lift, and hand power water lift issued by W.J & C.T. Burgess, late Burgess and Key, Holborn Viaduct, London[2].

1910 Press cutting concerning Burgess's Motor Lawn Mower (manufactured by W J & C T Burgess, Brentwood)[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Document held at Museum of Rural Life [1]
  2. Document held at Museum of English Rural Life [2]
  3. Document held at Museum of Rural Life [3]