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Gibbs Fertilisers

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of Cattedown, Plymouth

of Victoria Docks, London

1906 The company was registered on 9 January, to take over the business of James Gibbs and Co, carrying on the business of manufacturers of sulphuric acid and chemical fertilisers, seed crushers etc. [1]

1944 Burnard and Alger Ltd, Gibbs Fertilisers Ltd, the Avon Manure Co Ltd were put into creditors voluntary winding up; meeting held at the Harvest House, Ipswich[2], presumably meaning these firms had been acquired by Fisons.


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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908
  2. London Gazette 21 April 1944