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Allchin, Linnell and Co

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1880 Dissolution of the Partnership between George Carpenter Thorp, Frank William Allchin, and George Linnell, carrying on the business of Engineers, Machinery and Implement Agents, at Lewes, in the county of Sussex, under the style of George Thorp. All debts owing to or by the partnership received and paid by Frank William Allchin and George Linnell, by whom the business was to be conducted[1]

formerly Frank Allchin, Linnell and Co

Partners are F. W. Allchin, G. Linnell and W. A. Smith.

1888 Hand operated machine for in-situ planing of the surface of slide valves[2]

1889 Showed an apparatus for lifting grain by compressed air at the RASE at Windsor.[3]

1890 Winding Up Order. Agricultural and electrical engineers, fitters, and round-about manufacturers. [4] Persons to be examined are Frank William Allchin, Henry Allchin, William Arthur Smith, George Linnell, sen., George Anthony Spokes, George Linnell, jun., W. P. Thomas, James Pugh, Augustus Cufaude Palmer, Frederick William Allen.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 20 Feb 1880
  2. [1] Practical Engineer, 30 March 1888, p.151
  3. The Engineer of 28th June 1889 p546
  4. Northampton Mercury - Friday 26 December 1890
  5. The London Gazette Publication date:13 November 1891 Issue:26223 Page:5981