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A. and J. Stewart and Menzies

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1898 A. and J. Stewart and Clydesdale acquired the business of James Menzies and Co becoming A. and J. Stewart and Menzies

1903 January 1st. A. and J. Stewart and Menzies merged with its English counterparts Lloyd and Lloyd to become Stewarts and Lloyds[1]

1903 The name of the company was altered to Stewarts and Lloyds[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Mar 17, 1903
  2. The Times, Jan 24, 1934