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Thomas Campbell, Son and Co

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of Steander street, Leeds

Machine maker

c.1859 Private concern established[1]

1868 Dissolution of the Partnership between Thomas Campbell, John William Campbell, and Thomas Whiteley, as Tool Makers, at the Dolphin Foundry, East-street, Leeds, in the county of York, under the style or firm of Thomas Campbell, Son, and Co. All debts due settled by Thomas Whiteley[2].

The Dolphin Foundry was later occupied by Campbells and Hunter at Saynor road Leeds

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Sources of Information

  1. supposition based on Aberconway entry for Campbells and Hunter
  2. London Gazette 18 February, 1868