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Difference between revisions of "James Simpson and Sons"

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Post WWI: Acquired by [[GKN]]
Post WWI: Acquired by [[GKN]]


1952 The James Simpson and Sons (Bolts and Nuts) 1923 Ltd company was wound up by decision of the members at a General Meeting at London Works, Smethwick<ref>The London Gazette 4 November 1952</ref>
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Latest revision as of 16:23, 28 June 2017

1876.
1884. From Kelly’s Directory of Worcestershire

Nuts and bolts, of Acorn Street, Bills Street, Darlaston.


Post WWI: Acquired by GKN

1952 The James Simpson and Sons (Bolts and Nuts) 1923 Ltd company was wound up by decision of the members at a General Meeting at London Works, Smethwick[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 4 November 1952