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Viaduct Foundry and Engineering Co

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1890 Dissolution of the Partnership between William Edgar Williams, Thomas Bennett, David Morgan Davies, and Edward Gage Morgan, carrying on business as Foundrymen, Engineers, and Waggon Builders, at Crumlin, in the county of Monmouth, under the style or firm of the Viaduct Foundry and Engineering Company. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said William Edgar Williams, Thomas Bennett, and David Morgan Davies.[1]

1892 Dissolution of the Partnership between William Edgar Williams, David Morgan Davies, James Thomas Green, and Charles Ashwin, carrying on business as Foundrymen, Engineers, and Waggon Builders, at the Upper Works, at Crumlin, in the county of Monmouth, under the style or firm of the Viaduct Foundry and Engineering Company, so far as regards David Morgan Davies, who retired from the firm. William Edgar Williams, James Thomas Green, and Charles Ashwin continued the business [2]

1898 Stephenson Yates Knight became a partner

1915 Company in voluntary liquidation[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 15 April 1890
  2. London Gazette 5 August 1892
  3. The London Gazette 5 January 1915