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1889 Contractors for breaking up the [[SS Great Eastern]]  
 
1889 Contractors for breaking up the [[SS Great Eastern]]  
  
Managed [[Canada Engine Works]] and [[Garston Graving Dock and Shipbuilding Co]].
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Managed [[Canada Works|Canada Engine Works]] and [[Garston Graving Dock and Shipbuilding Co]].
  
 
1904 [[Birkenhead Graving Dock Works|Graving Dock Works]], Birkenhead opened, managed by H. and C. Grayson.
 
1904 [[Birkenhead Graving Dock Works|Graving Dock Works]], Birkenhead opened, managed by H. and C. Grayson.

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of 21 Water Street, Liverpool, Ship builders and repairers, maker of petrol and paraffin engines

See Henry Holdrege Grayson

1873 Partnership change. '...t the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, at Liverpool, in the county of Lancaster, as Shipbuilders, Boiler Makers, &c., under the style or firm of C. and H. Grayson and Co., was this day dissolved by mutual consent, the undersigned Charles Grayson the elder retiring from the said business, which will in future be carried on by the undersigned, Henry Holdrege Grayson and Charles Grayson the younger, under the style or firm of H. and C. Grayson...'[1]

1889 Contractors for breaking up the SS Great Eastern

Managed Canada Engine Works and Garston Graving Dock and Shipbuilding Co.

1904 Graving Dock Works, Birkenhead opened, managed by H. and C. Grayson.

See Grayson, Rollo and Clover Docks

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