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Crabtree Brothers

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1883 Liquidation. '...Proceedings for Liquidation by Arrangement or Composition with Creditors, instituted by Richard Wadsworth Crabtree, James Crabtree the younger, and Eugene Alfred Crabtree, carrying on business at Cross Freehold-street, York-road, Leeds, in the county of York, as Ironfounders and Engineers, under the style of Crabtree Bros., and respectively residing at 45, Louis-street,New Leeds, Prospect-terrace, Pontefract-lane, and Minerva-terrace, Beckett-street, all in Leeds ...'[1]

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