G. J. Worssam and Son
of Wenlock Road, City Road, London. Engineers and Coppersmiths; Icemaking, Refrigerating, Brewing and Distilling Plant. Makers of Colebrook's patent rotary pumps.
1851 Samuel William Worssam (who appeared before Mr Commissioner Law) was known, sued, and committed as Samuel Worssam, formerly of Holland-street, Blackfriars-road, Surrey, Proprietor of Saw-mills, then of Bath, Somerset, Journeyman Engineer, then of Bathwich, Wiltshire, Engineer, then of Kingsland-road, Middlesex, Journeyman Engineer, then of Great Mitchell-street, Saint Luke's, Engineer, in partnership with George Worssam, as George Worsam and Co. residing at the same time at Bartholomew-square, London, then of George-street, Spitalfields, Journeyman Engineer, then of Wentworth-street, Whitechapel, then of the Manor Iron Works, Manor-street, Chelsea, Engineer, residing at the said time at Caversham-terrace, Chelsea, and late of No. 2, Hortlam-place, King's-road, Chelsea, all in Middlesex, part of the time Engineer on his own account, and the latter part of the time Journeyman Engineer, now a Prisoner for debt in the Debtor's Prison for London and Middlesex.
c.1867 Worssam took his son Henry into partnership - G. J. Worssam and Son
1875 George Jervis Worssam and Son, brewers' millwright, of Wenlock Road, London N
1878 The firm erected a 35 Quarter Brewery. 
1879 Henry John Worssam became the proprietor on the death of his father.
1912 Company incorporated
Sources of Information
- London Gazette 7 November 1851
- Post Office Directory
- The Engineer 1881/08/05
- The Times, Feb 22, 1947
- The Times May 24, 1948