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A. Normandy, Stilwell and Co

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1879. Air compressing machine.

presumably successor to A. Normandy and Co

1879 Wimshurst's Marine Fresh-Water Apparatus

1883 Dissolution of the Partnership between Alphonse Louis Le Mire Normandy and James Frederick Stilwell, carrying on business as Engineers, at Custom House Station, Victoria Docks, under the style or firm of A. Normandy, Stilwell, and Co. All debts received and paid by Alphonse Louis Le Mire Normandy, who will continue the said business under the present style[1]

Presumably then connected with Normandy's Patent Marine Aerated Fresh Water Co

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 26 August 1884