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Established 1890.  
Established 1890.  
1902 Dissolution of the Partnership between Thomas Wilton,  George Wilton,  and William Albert Owston, junior,  at  No.  36, Mark-lane, in  the  city  of  London,  and elsewhere, under the firm of WILTON'S PATENT FURNACE COMPANY and THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMPANY, so  far  as  relates  to the said William Albert Owston, junior. The business would be carried on by Thomas Wilton  and George Wilton, in partnership<ref>The London Gazette 29 August 1902</ref>


1917 Company incorporated
1917 Company incorporated

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of Manchester and Hendon. Chemical engineers and manufacturers of by-product plant

Established 1890.

1902 Dissolution of the Partnership between Thomas Wilton, George Wilton, and William Albert Owston, junior, at No. 36, Mark-lane, in the city of London, and elsewhere, under the firm of WILTON'S PATENT FURNACE COMPANY and THE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMPANY, so far as relates to the said William Albert Owston, junior. The business would be carried on by Thomas Wilton and George Wilton, in partnership[1]

1917 Company incorporated

1922 Joint Managing Directors: Norman Wilton and Thomas O. Wilton. Products: all types of chemical plant, oil plants the "Wilton" patent forced draught furnace, and "Wilton" oil burner.

1931 The Inland Revenue applied for liquidation of the company[2]

1939-43 Accounting information archived[3]

By 1955 Was known as Chemical Engineering Wiltons, a subsidiary of Simon-Carves




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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 29 August 1902
  2. The London Gazette 6 January 1931
  3. National Archives [1]