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Credenda Tube Co

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1893 the Credenda Seamless Steel Tube Company Limited was wound up voluntarily[1]

1896 "AT an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Shareholders of this Company held on the 10th November 1895 the 'subjoined resolutions were duly passed and at a second Extraordinary Meeting of such Shareholders held on the 25th day of November instant the same resolutions were duly confirmed as Special Resolutions :— Resolutions

1. 'That the conditional Agreement now produced dated the 27th day of October 1896 and made between the Credenda Tube Company Limited of the first part Manasseh Gledhill Herbert Hanbury Smith Carington Richard Copley Christie Richard Smith Carington William Robert Lake and William Henry Jaques of the second part, the said Manasseh Gledhill, Herbert Hanbury Smith Carington and Richard Copley Christie of the third part, Charles Chandos Stiff and Charlotte Mary Stiff of the fourth part, the said Charlotte Mary Stiff of the fifth part, and William Eden Stiff of the sixth part be approved confirmed and carried into effect.'

2. 'That the Credenda Tube Company Limited be wound up voluntarily and that Mr. W. H. Tyther the Secretary of the Company be and is hereby appointed Liquidator of the Company.' "

1896 The above Company was in liquidation in consequence of the sale of the business to the New Credenda Tube Company Limited.[2]

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