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1893 the Company became [[Henry White and Co]]
 
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1897 purchased the six year old Fontmister Steel Works, previously the property of P. S. Phillips Ltd.  
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1897 purchased the six year old Pontymister Steel Works, previously the property of P. S. Phillips Ltd.  
  
 
1917 [[John Paton]] was on the board of directors, of the then limited company.  
 
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Latest revision as of 13:44, 25 March 2018

Henry White and Co

of Pontymister, near Newport, Mon.

1879 Henry White and his partner Challingsworth were in possession of the Pontymister or Britannia Foundry.

1893 the Company became Henry White and Co

1897 purchased the six year old Pontymister Steel Works, previously the property of P. S. Phillips Ltd.

1917 John Paton was on the board of directors, of the then limited company.

1920 Amalgamation with Partridge, Jones and Co.

1961 The Works closed.

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Sources of Information

  • Papers in Gwent Record Office [1]