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N. G. Wilcocks

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March 1882.
August 1885.
March 1886.

of Bath City Brass Foundry, 15 Westgate Street, Bath

of Bath City Brass and Iron Foundry, 44-46 Avon Street and Back Street, Bath

Brass and iron foundry, engineering works and mineral water machinery manufacturer.

1862 Weedon and Wilcocks renamed N. G. Wilcocks, after Nathaniel George Wilcocks took control of the business following its abandonment by his father Nathaniel Wilcocks..

1886 44-46 Avon Street and Back Street foundry and workshops put up for auction.[1]

1889 By this date the business was being run by Nathaniel's son Nathaniel Saint George Wilcocks as N. S. G. Wilcocks.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, 5 August 1886
  2. 1889 Somerset and Bristol Directory