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Easton, Amos and Anderson

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of Erith Ironworks

1864 William Anderson joined Easton, Amos and Sons and planned the new works at Erith. The company's business was making pumping machinery of all kinds, centrifugal pumps, cranes, boilers, and paper and sugar machinery.

1866 Formerly Easton and Amos. James Easton and C. E. Amos retired from the company

1867 Company was referred to as Easton, Amos and Anderson. [1]

By 1871 the company was being referred to as Easton and Anderson

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1867/12/13.