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Difference between revisions of "Eckstein, Heap and Co"

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of Lancashire Switchgear Works, Caroline Street, Broughton, Manchester.
of Lancashire Switchgear Works, Caroline Street, Broughton, Manchester.


1906 Company formed by [[August Eckstein]] and [[Arthur Cecil Heap]]
1906 Company formed by [[August Eckstein]]
 
1908 [[August Eckstein]] and [[Arthur Cecil Heap]] went into partnership.


1912 Partnership between [[August Eckstein]] and [[Arthur Cecil Heap]], Electrical Engineers, at 5 Chapel Walks, Manchester and Waverley Mills, Salford, dissolved by mutual consent <ref>The London Gazette, 2 April 1912 </ref><ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/28595/page/2448 The London Gazette Publication date:2 April 1912 Issue:28595 Page:2448]</ref>
1912 Partnership between [[August Eckstein]] and [[Arthur Cecil Heap]], Electrical Engineers, at 5 Chapel Walks, Manchester and Waverley Mills, Salford, dissolved by mutual consent <ref>The London Gazette, 2 April 1912 </ref><ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/28595/page/2448 The London Gazette Publication date:2 April 1912 Issue:28595 Page:2448]</ref>

Latest revision as of 14:01, 4 February 2019

of Lancashire Switchgear Works, Caroline Street, Broughton, Manchester.

1906 Company formed by August Eckstein

1908 August Eckstein and Arthur Cecil Heap went into partnership.

1912 Partnership between August Eckstein and Arthur Cecil Heap, Electrical Engineers, at 5 Chapel Walks, Manchester and Waverley Mills, Salford, dissolved by mutual consent [1][2]

Became Erskine, Heap and Co

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