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John Bazley-White and Brothers

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Works at Swanscombe, Greenhithe, Gillingham, Bridge, Globe and Quarry Works, Frindsbury

Cement makers and invented a machine for cleaning sacks.

founded b John Bazley White

1890 Manager was Arthur Glover. [1]

1900 Became part of Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers. At that time the directors were John Bazley-White, William Morgan, Frank Chapman and Anthony White

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1890/12/26