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Stewart Brothers

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of Glasgow.

1889 Mr. J. G. Stewart and Mr. T. C. Stewart, two of the sons of Andrew Stewart, set up their own business in Glasgow as tube manufacturers under the name of Stewart Brothers at the British Tube Works.

1890 March 15th. Public company registered under the title of A. and J. Stewart and Clydesdale to take over the businesses of Andrew and James Stewart, iron and steel manufacturers and iron founders of Coatbridge and Glasgow, Stewart Brothers iron and steel tube manufacturers of Coatbridge, and the Clydesdale Iron and Steel Co of Mossend, near Glasgow. [1].

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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908