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Josiah Gallimore

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of 33 Bridge Street, Sheffield


1822 Listed as a screw maker 33 Bridge Street[1]. Note: the same directory also lists William Gallimore, screw maker, 6 Love St.

1828 Listed as smith and screw maker; mill and engine work to drawing or pattern, &c., 33 Bridge-street[2]

1850 'JOSEPH ASHFORTH and CO., BRUCE WORKS, BRIDGE STREET, Sheffield, Successors to the late Geo. Whitham and Co., File, Steel, Screw, &c, Manufacturers, beg to inform their Friends and the Public, that they have Purchased the Premises, Working Took, &c., of the late Josiah Gallimore, Manufacturer of Screw Jacks, Press Screws, Screw Stocks and Dies, and Smith and Engineering Work in general, and beg to solicit a continuance of those favours so long bestowed on their Predecessors. N.B. — Manufacturers of Ashforth's Registered Ratchet Spanner. January 4th, 1850.'[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. [1] History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: Vol 1. Edward Baines, 1822
  2. [2] The Sheffield Directory and Guide, 1828
  3. Sheffield Independent - Saturday 12 January 1850