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of Cardiff, Colliery proprietors
 
of Cardiff, Colliery proprietors
  
c.1870 Sank a pit which became [[Tylorstown Collieries]]
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c.1873 The company sank a pit in the Rhondda Fach which became [[Tylorstown Collieries]]
  
 
1894 At  an  Extraordinary  General  Meeting of  the Members  of  A.  Tylor  and  Company Limited,  it was decided that "Whereas  pursuant  to an agreement  bearing  date  the  30th  of  September,  1893,  and made between  the  Company  of  the  one  part  and  [[D. Davis  and  Sons]]  Limited  of  the  other  part,  the leasehold  properties  of  the  Company and goodwill of  the  business and  the  undertaking  of  the  Company  generally,  has  been  sold  and  assigned  to  D. Davis  and  Sons Limited,  and,  for  the  purposes of the  division  of  the  surplus  assets  amongst  the Shareholders  of  the  Company, it  is  necessary  that the  affairs  of  the  Company should  be  liquidated."  Louis Tylor, of Cardiff,  one  of  the  Directors of  the  Company,  was  appointed  Liquidator.<ref>London Gazette 23 Feb 1894</ref>
 
1894 At  an  Extraordinary  General  Meeting of  the Members  of  A.  Tylor  and  Company Limited,  it was decided that "Whereas  pursuant  to an agreement  bearing  date  the  30th  of  September,  1893,  and made between  the  Company  of  the  one  part  and  [[D. Davis  and  Sons]]  Limited  of  the  other  part,  the leasehold  properties  of  the  Company and goodwill of  the  business and  the  undertaking  of  the  Company  generally,  has  been  sold  and  assigned  to  D. Davis  and  Sons Limited,  and,  for  the  purposes of the  division  of  the  surplus  assets  amongst  the Shareholders  of  the  Company, it  is  necessary  that the  affairs  of  the  Company should  be  liquidated."  Louis Tylor, of Cardiff,  one  of  the  Directors of  the  Company,  was  appointed  Liquidator.<ref>London Gazette 23 Feb 1894</ref>

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of Cardiff, Colliery proprietors

c.1873 The company sank a pit in the Rhondda Fach which became Tylorstown Collieries

1894 At an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Members of A. Tylor and Company Limited, it was decided that "Whereas pursuant to an agreement bearing date the 30th of September, 1893, and made between the Company of the one part and D. Davis and Sons Limited of the other part, the leasehold properties of the Company and goodwill of the business and the undertaking of the Company generally, has been sold and assigned to D. Davis and Sons Limited, and, for the purposes of the division of the surplus assets amongst the Shareholders of the Company, it is necessary that the affairs of the Company should be liquidated." Louis Tylor, of Cardiff, one of the Directors of the Company, was appointed Liquidator.[1]

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  1. London Gazette 23 Feb 1894