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1860 The  Westminster  Brymbo  Colliery belonged  to the  Westminster Brymbo  Coal  and  Coke  Company  (limited),  in  the parish  of  Gresford, county of  Denbigh<ref>London Gazette 30 NOv 1860</ref>
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1860 The  Westminster  Brymbo  Colliery belonged  to the  Westminster Brymbo  Coal  and  Coke  Company  (limited),  in  the parish  of  Gresford, county of  Denbigh<ref>London Gazette 30 Nov 1860</ref>
  
 
1922 The company, of Westminster Colliery, Wrexham, was voluntarily wound up<ref>The London Gazette  14 March 1922</ref>
 
1922 The company, of Westminster Colliery, Wrexham, was voluntarily wound up<ref>The London Gazette  14 March 1922</ref>

Latest revision as of 22:24, 1 May 2021

1860 The Westminster Brymbo Colliery belonged to the Westminster Brymbo Coal and Coke Company (limited), in the parish of Gresford, county of Denbigh[1]

1922 The company, of Westminster Colliery, Wrexham, was voluntarily wound up[2]

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  1. London Gazette 30 Nov 1860
  2. The London Gazette 14 March 1922