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J. Booth and Son

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January 1906.
VICTOR oat clipper and grain cleaner at Bishops Lydeard Mill

Park Works, Congleton, Cheshire.

1908 Restoration of 1902 patent. '... restoring the Letters Patent granted to William Jonathan Booth for an invention for "A new or improved oat clipping aud grain cleaning machine," numbered 10057 of 1902,...'[1]

1910 Concerning creditors. '...Deed of Assignment for the benefit of Creditors, executed on the 27th day of September, 1909, by William Jonathan Booth and Maurice Coronel, of Congleton, in the county of Chester, trading together as "J. Booth and Son," Engineers, at Park-street, Congleton...'[2]

1925 Mentioned. J. Booth and Son, Engineers, Congleton.[3]

1941 Mentioned. J. Booth and Son Ltd, Congleton.[4]

1954 Advertising for staff. J. Booth and Son, Canal Road, Congleton.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette Publication date:31 July 1908 Issue:28163 Page:5636
  2. The London Gazette Publication date:15 February 1910 Issue:28339 Page:1168
  3. Staffordshire Advertiser - Saturday 16 May 1925
  4. Liverpool Echo - Tuesday 25 November 1941
  5. Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer - Thursday 07 January 1954