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Thomas C. Fawcett

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June 1888. Brickmaking machinery.

Thomas C. Fawcett of Whitehouse Engineering Works, Hunslet, Leeds

1886 The business of T. C. Fawcett was moved to the Whitehouse Engineering Works

1894 Brick and Tile-making machines [1]

1894 June. Royal Agricultural Society's Show. Brick making machine [2]

1895 Incorporated as a company.

1972 Bradley and Craven pooled their resources with rival Leeds firm, Thomas C. Fawcett, as Craven Fawcett.

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