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1855  Sale of machinery, tools and effects for the trustees of Oddy, Robinson & Co. Includes machine tools by Joy, Lewis, and J. and J. Kershaw, portable weighing machines by Ogden and by Berresford.<ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 17 February 1855 </ref>
 
1855  Sale of machinery, tools and effects for the trustees of Oddy, Robinson & Co. Includes machine tools by Joy, Lewis, and J. and J. Kershaw, portable weighing machines by Ogden and by Berresford.<ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 17 February 1855 </ref>
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1873 Advert: 'Valuable Ironworks, Foundry Plant, and Premises, situate in the Adelphi, in Salford, .... ALL that PLOT ot LAND, situate and being in the Adelphi, In Salford aforesaid, and containing on the most northerly side thereof in an irregular line, including one half in width Into Canning-street 12yards wide, 99 yards 1 inch; on the most easterly end thereof, 12 yards 10 inches; on the most southerly side thereof, 98 yards 9 inches; and on the most westerly side thereof, including one half in width into the into the middle or central line of a passage or street 7 yards wide and about 12 yards long, 32 yards 25 inches: and in the whole 1,824 square yards of land, superficial measure, or thereabouts (be the same more or less), and bounded on part of the said most northerly side thereof by other laud and  buildings of tbe said J. Hall, ...And also the Machine-house. Counting-house, Stables and Shed, and other Buildings erected thereon or on some part thereof, together with the Steam Engine, Boiler, Shafting, Gearing,and Fixtures therein, lata in the occupation of Messrs. Samuel Oddy and Sons, engineers and machine makers, and which said premises are known as the Adelphi Ironworks.....' <ref>Manchester Evening News, 1 July 1873 </ref>
  
  
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Revision as of 10:15, 31 July 2020

The Adelphi Ironworks had various occupants, as listed below:

1853 Partnership dissolved: Samuel Oddy, John Robinson, William Thompson, Edward Oldfield, Thomas Holmes, Thomas Thorley, and John Hewitt of Adelphi Iron Works, Salford, machine makers, as regards Hewitt, 27th June. Debts by remaining partners. [1]

1855 Sale of machinery, tools and effects for the trustees of Oddy, Robinson & Co. Includes machine tools by Joy, Lewis, and J. and J. Kershaw, portable weighing machines by Ogden and by Berresford.[2]

1873 Advert: 'Valuable Ironworks, Foundry Plant, and Premises, situate in the Adelphi, in Salford, .... ALL that PLOT ot LAND, situate and being in the Adelphi, In Salford aforesaid, and containing on the most northerly side thereof in an irregular line, including one half in width Into Canning-street 12yards wide, 99 yards 1 inch; on the most easterly end thereof, 12 yards 10 inches; on the most southerly side thereof, 98 yards 9 inches; and on the most westerly side thereof, including one half in width into the into the middle or central line of a passage or street 7 yards wide and about 12 yards long, 32 yards 25 inches: and in the whole 1,824 square yards of land, superficial measure, or thereabouts (be the same more or less), and bounded on part of the said most northerly side thereof by other laud and buildings of tbe said J. Hall, ...And also the Machine-house. Counting-house, Stables and Shed, and other Buildings erected thereon or on some part thereof, together with the Steam Engine, Boiler, Shafting, Gearing,and Fixtures therein, lata in the occupation of Messrs. Samuel Oddy and Sons, engineers and machine makers, and which said premises are known as the Adelphi Ironworks.....' [3]


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Sources of Information

  1. Perry's Bankrupt Gazette, 9 July 1853
  2. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 17 February 1855
  3. Manchester Evening News, 1 July 1873