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of 72 Wigmore Street, London, W, Electrical and Scientific Instrument Makers; Factory, 471, Hornsey Road, London, N.
c1704 The original Newton company was established - see Newton and Co.
1911 Coolidge in the USA released details of his improved X-ray tube.
1911 Newton and Wright was incorporated as a private limited company, part of Newton and Co.
1914 Electrical and scientific instrument makers. Specialities: X-ray and electro-medical apparatus. 
1915 Russell Wright of the company applied for and was granted a licence to make a high tension voltmeter (patented by Bauer of Germany) for use with X-Ray tubes
1937 Voluntary liquidation