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Lawrence, Hill and Co

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Presumably the same as Lawrence Hill and Co

1853 Established at the Inch Yard at Port Glasgow[1].

1865 See 1865 Clyde Shipbuilders for detail of the tonnage produced

1866 Joseph Russell was appointed manager of Lawrence Hill's shipyard at Port Glasgow.

1869 Russell left, because Hill was a poor businessman.

1871 Dunlop and Cunliffe purchased the Inch yard at Port Glasgow from Lawrence Hill and began trading as Cunliffe and Dunlop.

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Sources of Information

  1. Yards And Dates Of Ownership [1]