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1881 Employing 180 hands <ref>1881 Census</ref>
 
1881 Employing 180 hands <ref>1881 Census</ref>
  
Slaughter left the business and it became [[Bayliss, Thomas and Co]]
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c.1882 Slaughter left the business and it became [[Bayliss, Thomas and Co]], although he remained as a director.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:56, 28 June 2019

1874 Company set up by Thomas Bayliss, John Thomas and John Slaughter building 'Ordinary' cycles at works in Earl Street and Much Park Street, Coventry.

1881 Employing 180 hands [1]

c.1882 Slaughter left the business and it became Bayliss, Thomas and Co, although he remained as a director.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census