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of 12 King Street, Manchester; telegraphic address ''Longridge'', Manchester.
 
of 12 King Street, Manchester; telegraphic address ''Longridge'', Manchester.
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1880 Engine and Boiler Insurance Co renamed to this one
  
 
1884 Advert: Managing Director [[Robert Bewick Longridge|R. B. Longridge]]
 
1884 Advert: Managing Director [[Robert Bewick Longridge|R. B. Longridge]]
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1901 The Company's inspector was judged, in a Board of Trade report, to have contributed through neglect to the boiler explosion at the [[Crystal Palace District Electric Supply Co|Crystal Palace Electric Supply Co's]] works at Sydenham<ref> The Times, Jan 14, 1901</ref>.
 
1901 The Company's inspector was judged, in a Board of Trade report, to have contributed through neglect to the boiler explosion at the [[Crystal Palace District Electric Supply Co|Crystal Palace Electric Supply Co's]] works at Sydenham<ref> The Times, Jan 14, 1901</ref>.
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1904 Name changed to [[British Engine, Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co]]
 
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of 12 King Street, Manchester; telegraphic address Longridge, Manchester.

1880 Engine and Boiler Insurance Co renamed to this one

1884 Advert: Managing Director R. B. Longridge

1895 Advert: Engineer Michael Longridge

1901 The Company's inspector was judged, in a Board of Trade report, to have contributed through neglect to the boiler explosion at the Crystal Palace Electric Supply Co's works at Sydenham[1].

1904 Name changed to British Engine, Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Jan 14, 1901