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Vaughan and Stubbs

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Vaughan & Stubbs of 12 (15?) Tiverton Street, Ardwick, Manchester

1877 Vaughan and Stubbs' patent self-acting water ejector [1].

1879 Henry Vaughan listed as engineer (Vaughan & Stubbs), 15 Tiverton Street, Ardwick [2]

1879 December: Dissolution of the partnership between Henry Vaughan and Joseph Sheldon Stubbs, patentees, of Manchester and Lincoln. The business was carried on by Vaughan[3]

The title of the firm was then altered to Vaughan and Son who carried on production of the ejector

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. 'The Textile Manufacturer', 15th August 1877
  2. Slater's Directory of Manchester & Salford, 1879 (Part 1: Alphabetical Directory)
  3. London Gazette 30 December 1879