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Le Grand and Sutcliff

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Pump with 1878 nameplate in Beard's Yard, Langport, Somerset. See text
1889. From Engineering of 13th December.
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of 100 Bunhill Row, London, E.C. (1889), artesian well drillers and contractors

1872 Company founded.

1880 Le Grand and Sutcliff listed as providing tube wells.

1920 Private company presumably Le Grand, Sutcliff and Gell

  • 1878 'LANGPORT. The men employed in boring for water in Beard's-yard, Bow-street, came to good water at a depth of about 90 feet. A pump at this spot will be a great boon to the inhabitants of the lower end of the town.'[1]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Somerset County Gazette, 17 August 1878
  • 1894 Brewer's Exhibition. Showed appliances for sinking well.
  • The Engineer of 26th October 1894 p 357.