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Joseph Gibson and Co

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September 1895.
January 1911.
January 1920.
April 1908.
December 1926.

of Unity Works, Hill Top, West Bromwich

Established 1835.

1921 Resolution. 'That the Company be wound up voluntarily; and that John Thomas Brockhouse, of Ribbesford, Little Moor Hill, Smethwick, near the city of Birmingham, Secretary and Director of J. Brockhouse and Company Limited, Victoria Works, West Bromwich, be appointed Liquidator. J. BROCKHOUSE, Chairman.'[1] Note that A. H. Taylor (Springs) passed the same resolution on the same day.

1922 Proprietors: J. Brockhouse and Co, West Bromwich. Manufactures.— Stampings, castings, ironwork wind screens, body fittings, spring clips, for motor and coach trades. Forgings, stampings and fittings for railways and tramways.

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