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Whieldon, Lecky and Lucas

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April 1870.
April 1870.
1870 Burgh's Patent Steam Donkey Pump
1871. Engine and pumps at Luton waterworks.

of Collinge Engineering Works, Westminster Road, London.

formerly Collinge Engineering Works.

1868 of Collinge Engineering Works (see advert)

1870 Burgh's Patent Donkey Pump, from The Engineer, 7th October 1870. Note the incorrect spelling - Leckey.

1871 6 HP horizontal engine with expansion gear, for the Royal Arsenal, Bombay[1]

1871 Partnership change. '... the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, William Whieldon, Robert John Lecky, and Bernard Lucas, trading under the firm of Whieldon, Lecky, and Lucas, as Engineers, at the Collinge Engineering Works, No. 190, Westminster Bridge-road, Lambeth, in the county of Surrey, was dissolved by mutual consent, so far as the said Bernard Lucas was concerned, on the 31st day of March last past. The aforesaid business will in future be carried on by the said William Whieldon and Robert John Lecky, under the firm of Whieldon, Lecky, and Co...'[2]

Became Whieldon, Lecky and Co

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Sources of Information

  1. 'The Engineer' 1st December 1871
  2. [The London Gazette Publication date:2 May 1871 Issue:23733 Page:2139]