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of Phoenix Foundry, Whitehall Street, Rochdale
of Phoenix Foundry, Whitehall Street, Rochdale
See [[John Petrie and Co]].


1814 Company established
1814 Company established


1825 Dissolution of the partnership of [[John Petrie]] and [[Alexander Petrie]], as brass and iron founders at Syke Foundry in the Rossendale Forest, Lancs.; the business was continued by Alexander Petrie under his own name<ref>The London Gazette 30 April 1825</ref>
1825 Dissolution of the partnership of [[John Petrie]] and [[Alexander Petrie]], as brass and iron founders at Syke Foundry in the Rossendale Forest, Lancs.; the business was continued by Alexander Petrie under his own name<ref>The London Gazette 30 April 1825</ref>
1909 Maker of [[George Scott and Son|Scott's]] air compressors
Subsequently [[John Petrie and Co]]





Latest revision as of 18:18, 25 May 2022

1903.

of Phoenix Foundry, Whitehall Street, Rochdale

See John Petrie and Co.

1814 Company established

1825 Dissolution of the partnership of John Petrie and Alexander Petrie, as brass and iron founders at Syke Foundry in the Rossendale Forest, Lancs.; the business was continued by Alexander Petrie under his own name[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 30 April 1825