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Hathorn, Davis and Davey

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1878. Davis' differential pump at the 1878 Paris Exhibition.

Hathorn, Davis and Davey of Sun Foundry, Dewsbury Road, Leeds were makers of stationary steam engines.

1876 Members of the Iron and Steel Institute visited the engineering works of Hathorn, Davis, Campbell and Davey [1]

1877 Dissolution of the Partnership between John Fletcher Hathorn, Alfred Davis, Hugh Fletcher Campbell,and Henry Davey, as Engineers and Ironfounders, at the Sun Foundry, Leeds, in the county of York, under the style or firm of Hathorn, Davis, Campbell, and Davey, as and from the 10th of November 1877 so far as regards Hugh Fletcher Campbell.[2]

Exhibited pumping engines at the 1878 Paris Universal Exhibition[3]

1878 Dissolution of the Partnership between John Fletcher Hathorn, Alfred Davis, and. Henry Davey, as Engineers and Ironfounders, at the Sun Foundry, Leeds, in the countyof York, under the style or firm of Hathorn, Davis, and Davey, so far regards Alfred Davis.[4]

Successor Hathorn, Davey and Co

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1876/10/06 p238
  2. London Gazette 1 Mar 1878
  3. The London Gazette 18 December 1877
  4. London Gazette 30 Aug 1878