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1909 [[Lever Brothers]] acquired [[R. S. Hudson]] of Liverpool, manufacturers of [[Hudson's]] dry soap<ref>The Times, Mar 05, 1909</ref>.
1909 [[Lever Brothers]] acquired [[R. S. Hudson]] of Liverpool, manufacturers of [[Hudson's]] dry soap<ref>The Times, Mar 05, 1909</ref>.


1939 [[R. S. Hudson|R. S. Hudson and Co]] was an "allied company" of [[Van den Berghs and Jurgens]] Ltd, which had been marketing [[Spry]] which was made by Van den Berghs at Bromborough, who then took on the marketing as well<ref>The Times, Apr 13, 1939</ref>
1939 [[R. S. Hudson|R. S. Hudson and Co]] was an "allied company" of [[Van den Berghs and Jurgens]] Ltd, which had been marketing [[Spry]] which was made by [[Van den Berghs]] at Bromborough, who then took on the marketing as well<ref>The Times, Apr 13, 1939</ref>


1946 [[John Knight]] Ltd and [[R. S. Hudson]] Ltd agreed to form a new marketing company called [[Hudson and Knight]] to act as selling agents for the products of both companies to grocers and chemists<ref>The Times, Aug 26, 1946</ref>.  
1946 [[John Knight]] Ltd and [[R. S. Hudson]] Ltd agreed to form a new marketing company called [[Hudson and Knight]] to act as selling agents for the products of both companies to grocers and chemists<ref>The Times, Aug 26, 1946</ref>.  

Latest revision as of 15:14, 3 February 2019

May 1929.
April 1939.
November 1942.

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1909 Lever Brothers acquired R. S. Hudson of Liverpool, manufacturers of Hudson's dry soap[1].

1939 R. S. Hudson and Co was an "allied company" of Van den Berghs and Jurgens Ltd, which had been marketing Spry which was made by Van den Berghs at Bromborough, who then took on the marketing as well[2]

1946 John Knight Ltd and R. S. Hudson Ltd agreed to form a new marketing company called Hudson and Knight to act as selling agents for the products of both companies to grocers and chemists[3].


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Mar 05, 1909
  2. The Times, Apr 13, 1939
  3. The Times, Aug 26, 1946