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Formerly [[John Robinson (of Halifax)|John Robinson]].
Formerly [[John Robinson (of Halifax)|John Robinson]].
1868 Partnership dissolved. Weighing Machine Makers.<ref>Blackburn Standard - Wednesday 25 November 1868</ref>


1872 'WEIGH BRIDGES and WEIGHING MACHINES, with improved iron frames suitable for every description of merchandise, and adapted to all situations, Manufactured by C. JUDSON and Co. (late Benj. Clough), 24, Cheapside, Halifax, Note-Repairs and adjusting of cart and wagon Weigh Bridges by tender or otherwise and guaranteed.'<ref>Leeds Mercury - Friday 28 June 1872</ref>
1872 'WEIGH BRIDGES and WEIGHING MACHINES, with improved iron frames suitable for every description of merchandise, and adapted to all situations, Manufactured by C. JUDSON and Co. (late Benj. Clough), 24, Cheapside, Halifax, Note-Repairs and adjusting of cart and wagon Weigh Bridges by tender or otherwise and guaranteed.'<ref>Leeds Mercury - Friday 28 June 1872</ref>

Latest revision as of 11:05, 13 May 2022

of Halifax

Formerly John Robinson.

1868 Partnership dissolved. Weighing Machine Makers.[1]

1872 'WEIGH BRIDGES and WEIGHING MACHINES, with improved iron frames suitable for every description of merchandise, and adapted to all situations, Manufactured by C. JUDSON and Co. (late Benj. Clough), 24, Cheapside, Halifax, Note-Repairs and adjusting of cart and wagon Weigh Bridges by tender or otherwise and guaranteed.'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Blackburn Standard - Wednesday 25 November 1868
  2. Leeds Mercury - Friday 28 June 1872