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William Jennings Hoyle

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1855 Partnership dissolved between George Holcroft and William Jennings Hoyle, of Manchester, consulting engineers and mill architects, 18th Dec. Debts by Holcroft. [1]

1857 Working as Manager of Richard Armitage's Upper Aspley Mill, Huddersfield[2]

1862 'William Jennings Hoyle, engineer, and John Proven, millwright, both of Halifax, for improvements in mechanism and arrangements for supplying lubricating matter to the cylinder of steam engine and to the bearings and also for other surfaces of mechanism. Dated August 19, 1862.[3]

1866 William Jennings Hoyle, Whitworth and Co, Chorlton Street, Manchester.[4]

1885 Provisional Patent Specification Accepted: William Jennings Hoyle, Elswick Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne, for Improvements in Carriages for heavy ordnance for land defences. [5]

1887 Died at 6 Bentinck Villas, Newcastle, 14th March, age 67 [6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette, 29 December 1855
  2. Leeds Mercury, 1 December 1857 - Report of inquest into a boiler explosion at Huddersfield, where Hoyle spoke as a witness
  3. Burnley Advertiser - Saturday 14 February 1863
  4. 1866 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  5. Shields Daily Gazette, 2 November 1885
  6. London Daily News, 17 March 1887