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'''Herring and Son''' Ironfounders and Engineers, Chertsey.
 
'''Herring and Son''' Ironfounders and Engineers, Chertsey.
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Established about 1800.
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1922 Address was 19, Guildford Street Chertsey. T. A.: "Herring, Chertsey." T. N. 4 Chertsey. Capital £15,000. Employees: 120. Gov. Director William Parton. Products.—Grey iron castings up to 3 tons; nonferrous castings in bronze, aluminium, etc.; machine tool and general engineering work.<ref>1922 Who's Who in Engineering</ref>
 
 
 
1923 The whole of the shares in the foundry and engineering business of '''Herring and Son''' of Chertsey was purchased by Mr. Trewhella, of Belsize-lane, London.<ref>The Engineer 1923/09/21</ref>
 
1923 The whole of the shares in the foundry and engineering business of '''Herring and Son''' of Chertsey was purchased by Mr. Trewhella, of Belsize-lane, London.<ref>The Engineer 1923/09/21</ref>

Latest revision as of 10:46, 8 December 2015

1869.

Herring and Son Ironfounders and Engineers, Chertsey.

Established about 1800.

1922 Address was 19, Guildford Street Chertsey. T. A.: "Herring, Chertsey." T. N. 4 Chertsey. Capital £15,000. Employees: 120. Gov. Director William Parton. Products.—Grey iron castings up to 3 tons; nonferrous castings in bronze, aluminium, etc.; machine tool and general engineering work.[1]

1923 The whole of the shares in the foundry and engineering business of Herring and Son of Chertsey was purchased by Mr. Trewhella, of Belsize-lane, London.[2]


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  1. 1922 Who's Who in Engineering
  2. The Engineer 1923/09/21