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of Atherton, Lancs
 
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1929 Present Public Company formed as Combined Egyptian Mills.
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1929 Public Company formed as '''Combined Egyptian Mills'''.<ref>The Times, August 17, 1929</ref>
  
1953 Name changed.
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1929 '''Formed from the amalgamation of:<ref>The Times, August 17, 1929</ref>
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* [[Alder Spinning Co]]
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* [[Bedford and Mill Lane Spinning Co]]
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* [[Cowling Spinning Co]]
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* [[Denvale Spinning Co]]
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* [[Gorse Mill Co]]
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* [[Howe Bridge Cotton Spinning Co]]
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* [[Hyde Spinning Co]]
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* [[Laburnum Spinning Co]]
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* [[Mather Lane Spinning Co]]
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* [[Pear New Mill Co]]
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* [[Rumworth Spinning Co]]
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* [[Sir John Holden and Sons]]
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* [[Sparth Mills Co]]
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* [[Tunnicliffe and Hampson]]
  
1961 Engaged as spinners of fine cotton yarn and synthetic yarns also refrigerating and air conditioning engineers.
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1953 Name changed to [[Combined English Mills]].<ref>The Times, December 22, 1953</ref>
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1959 Acquired refrigeration engineers [[F. W. Fidler and Son]].<ref>The Times, December 23, 1960</ref>
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1961 Engaged as spinners of fine cotton yarn and synthetic yarns also refrigerating and air conditioning engineers.<ref>[[1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE]]</ref>
  
  
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==Sources of Information==
 
==Sources of Information==
 
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* [[1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE]]
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Latest revision as of 00:33, 23 January 2020

of Atherton, Lancs

1929 Public Company formed as Combined Egyptian Mills.[1]

1929 Formed from the amalgamation of:[2]

1953 Name changed to Combined English Mills.[3]

1959 Acquired refrigeration engineers F. W. Fidler and Son.[4]

1961 Engaged as spinners of fine cotton yarn and synthetic yarns also refrigerating and air conditioning engineers.[5]



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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, August 17, 1929
  2. The Times, August 17, 1929
  3. The Times, December 22, 1953
  4. The Times, December 23, 1960
  5. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE