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of Salford

1825 Listed as lathe and screw stock makers. Address: bottom of Greenbank. Home address of Henry Solomon was 55 Red Bank. 'Greenbank' was corrected to Greengate in the directory's Appendix[1]. At that time W. Collier and Co were neighbours at the bottom of Deansgate.

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Sources of Information

  1. 'History, Directory, and Gazeteer of the County of Lancaster', Vol 2, by Edward Baines and W. Parson