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Lloyd and Co

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1866 See 1866 Cleveland Blast Furnaces for detail of furnaces

1866 Joseph Whitwell Pease, of Darlington, left the partnership of Lloyd and Co., carrying on business as Ironmasters, at Middlesbrough. The remaining partners carried on the business; these were W. R. Innes Hopkins, Edgar Gilkes, James J. Hopkins, Harrison Hayter, Robert Lloyd, W. G. Hayter, Joseph B. Pease, Isaac Wilson[1].

1879 Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by William Randolph Innes Hopkins, of Middlesborough, and of Grey Towers, and of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, all in the county of York, Ironmaster, Isaac Wilson, of Middlesborough aforesaid, and of Nunthorpe Hall, in the said county of York, Ironmaster, M.P., and Edgar Gilkes, of Middlesborough aforesaid, Ironmaster, trading together in copartnership as Ironmasters, Coal Owners, and Fire Brick Manufacturers, at the Linthorpe Iron Works, Middlesborough aforesaid, and at the Lackenby Iron Works, near Redcar, in the said county of York, and at West Hunwick, near Bishop Auckland, in the county of Durham, under the style or firm of Lloyd and Co, the said Isaac Wilson also trading in copartnership with the Executors of the late Joseph Pease, deceased, at Middlesborough aforesaid, as Earthenware Manufacturers, under the style or firm of Isaac Wilson and Co.[2]

1879 Edward Williams (1826-1886) purchased the Linthorpe Iron Works, Middlesbrough, which he carried on until his death.

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 7 April 1868
  2. London Gazette 20 May 1879