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J. Cochrane

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1913. Roof Lights and Smoke Curers.
Nov 1919.
Dec 1921.

John Cochrane Ltd, of Sheet Metal Works, Kirkgate, Leith, Edinburgh.

Smoke Curers, Ventilators, Skylights, Gas Wash Boilers, Corrugated Skylights, Tar Boilers, Food Boilers, Harling Boxes, Rubbish Destructors, Fuel Boilers, Safety Petrol Lockers, Flue Pipes.#

1939 "THE Business of Sheet Metal Merchant, &c., carried on by the late JOHN COCHRANE at 44 Kirkgate, Leith, has been sold by his Trustees as from 27th January 1939, and will be carried on by J. Cochrane Limited at their Registered Office, 44 Kirkgate aforesaid. J. Cochrane Limited will uplift and discharge all debts incurred to and by the Business since 27th January 1939, and will also uplift any debts due to the Business prior to that date in so far as not already paid. Dated at Edinburgh, this 18th day of July 1939. W. GILCHRIST COCHRANE, FRANCIS C. SCOTT, G. W. TAIT, GEO. J. TAIT," [1]

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