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West and Du Vallon

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of Atlas Works, Oozells Street, Birmingham, and 17, Mason-street, Lambeth, Refrigerating and General Engineers and Iron Founders.

1875 Jane Siebe, widow of Daniel Siebe, left the partnership with H. J. West and G. C. J. de J. Vallon, refrigerating engineers[1] (Siebe and West) which continued as West and Du Vallon

1875 Patent by Henry Joseph West, of No. 40, Stockwell Park-road, and Grosvenor Calixte Joseph de Jacobi du Vallon, of Llancayo, Epsom, notice in respect of the invention of "improvements in skating rinks."[2]

1876 Dissolution of the Partnership between Henry Joseph West and Grosvenor Calixte Joseph de Jacobi du Vallon, carrying on business at the Atlas Works, Oozells Street, Birmingham, and at 17, Mason-street, Lambeth, as Refrigerating and General Engineers and Iron Founders, under the style or firm of West and Du Vallon, was dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to and by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Grosvenor Calixte Joseph de Jacobi du Vallon, who will continue to carry on the business[3]

By 1878 Duvallon and Lloyd was supplying refrigeration equipment from Atlas Works.


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Sources of Information

  1. The Morning Post, 4 December 1875
  2. The London Gazette 6 July 1875
  3. The London Gazette 3 November 1876

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