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Blyth and Cunningham

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Blyth and Cunningham, Edinburgh, Engineers.[1]

Previously B. and E. Blyth

1866 When Benjamin Hall Blyth (1819-1866) died, his brother, Edward L. I. Blyth brought George Miller Cunningham into the firm as partner.

1871 Benjamin junior became a partner in the firm

1886 E L I Blyth retired and D. M. Westland joined the firm which became Cunningham, Blyth and Westland

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1877/07/20