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Lawrence Wilson and Sons

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of Cornholme Mills, Todmorden, near Manehester, supplier of bobbins and skewers, tubes, spools, bosses, clearers.

1823 Company established by Lawrence Wilson.

Continued by Lawrence Wilson and Sons

1875 Dissolution of the Partnership between James Wilson, Joshua Henry Wilson, and Lawrence Wilson, carrying on business at Cornholme, near Todmorden, in the county of Lancaster, and at certain steam saw mills at Athlone, in the county of Meatb, in Ireland, as Bobbin Manufacturers and Timber Merchants, under the style or firm of Lawrence Wilson and Sons so far as regards James Wilson; the businesses would be carried as Lawrence Wilson and Sons, by Joshua Henry Wilson, and Lawrence Wilson[1]

Continued as Wilson Bros.

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 28 July 1876