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Insurers and boiler engineers, of 67 King Street, Manchester
1859 Company established
1865 Public company incorporated to which the business of the Steam Boiler Assurance Co would be transferred and extended; R. B. Longridge was chief engineer and general manager; directors included Charles J. Galloway of Manchester, Edward Green of Wakefield and Walter M. Neilson of Glasgow. The new business would contract with boiler owners to keep their boilers in repair.
1875 Mr Longridge, of the Steam Boiler Insurance Association Co, of Manchester, testified as to the cause of a boiler explosion.
1891 J. F. L. Crosland was chief engineer of the company which was at 67 King Street Manchester.