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1912.
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1945. Long Service certificate to Albert Yeardley. (Image: Richard Langner).
May 1949.
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Moorwoods Ltd of Harleston Ironworks, Harleston Street, Sheffield, 4. Telephone: 23063/4/5/6. Telegraphic Address: "Moorwoods, 'Phone, Sheffield"

1910 Moorwood, Sons and Co was wound up. Business continued as Moorwoods Ltd

Acquired by Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co

1937 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. On sea and land the name of Moorwoods is the Hall Mark of cooking efficiency. See England's original Back-to-back Range at work. Combination Ranges, all tiled surrounds. Flat and Bedroom Tiled Surrounds. (Stand No. B.511) [1]

1961 Moorwood-Vulcan incorporated as a joint venture between Moorwood and Vulcan-Hart Corporation of USA to design and manufacture cooking and heating appliances using gas, oil or steam

1968 Davy and United Engineering Co acquired Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co.

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