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Cox, Farley and Co, The Docks, Falmouth
 
Cox, Farley and Co, The Docks, Falmouth
  
* 1873 Mechanical engineers and metal founders<ref>Post Office Cornwall Directory, 1873</ref>.
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1873 Mechanical engineers and metal founders<ref>Post Office Cornwall Directory, 1873</ref>.
  
* 1878 Started shipbuilding  
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1878 Started shipbuilding  
  
* By 1883 the company was operating as shipbuilders under the name [[Cox and Co]]<ref>Kelly's Directory of Cornwall, 1883</ref>.
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By 1883 the company was operating as shipbuilders under the name [[Cox and Co]]<ref>Kelly's Directory of Cornwall, 1883</ref>.
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
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[[Category: Town - Falmouth]]
 
[[Category: Town - Falmouth]]
 
[[Category: Engineers]]
 
[[Category: Engineers]]
[[Category: Iron and Steel Works]]
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[[Category: Iron and Steel]]
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[[category: Iron/Steel Foundry]]

Latest revision as of 09:59, 10 July 2012

Cox, Farley and Co, The Docks, Falmouth

1873 Mechanical engineers and metal founders[1].

1878 Started shipbuilding

By 1883 the company was operating as shipbuilders under the name Cox and Co[2].

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. Post Office Cornwall Directory, 1873
  2. Kelly's Directory of Cornwall, 1883