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C. Vaux and Sons

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of The Brewery, Sunderland.


Brewers, Maltsters, Wine and Spirit Merchants

Established in 1837 by Cuthbert Vaux. Continued by John Story Vaux (d.), Edwin Vaux (d.), Cuthbert Vaux and Ernest Vaux.

Incorporated as a Limited Company in 1896.

1914 Managing Directors: Cuthbert Vaux and Ernest Vaux. Premises: Cover three acres at Sunderland.. Equipped with modern appliances. Staff: About 500. Branches: Glasgow, Garscube Road; Leeds, Macaulay Street; Middlesbrough, Church Place; Wallsend-on-Tyne, Benton Way; Spennymoor, Wombwell Street, &c. Business: Brewers and Bottlers of High Class Ales and Stouts.

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