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T. and W. Summers

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Of High Orchard Ironworks, Gloucester

1881 Thomas Summers (1855-1889) entered into partnership with his brother, William, and they purchased the business of William Savory and Son, engineers and millwrights, Gloucester, which was carried on under the style of T. and W. Summers, and gained a reputation for high-class workmanship and careful design.

By 1891 Summers and Scott occupied this site.

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