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1870 Company founded.
1870 Company founded.
1891 'NOTICE is hereby given, that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned JAMES WHALEY SHEPHERD and WILLIAM AYRTON, carrying on business at the [[Gorebrook Ironworks]], Longsight, near Manchester, as engineers, toolmakers, and machinists, under the style or firm of "[[Shepherd and Ayrton]]," was dissolved as and from the 31st day of October 1890. All debtors due to or owing the late partnership" firm will received and paid by the said William Ayrton, who will carry the business his own account, under the. style or firm of [[William Ayrton and Co|Wm. Ayrton and Co.]] — Dated this sixth day of January, 1891. J. W. SHEPHERD. WM. AYRTON.'<ref>Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser,7 January 1891</ref>
formerly [[Shepherd and Ayrton]]
1929 Private company.
1929 Private company.

Revision as of 23:44, 31 January 2020

William Ayrton and Co of Gorebrook Ironworks, Longsight, Manchester

1870 Company founded.

formerly Shepherd and Ayrton

1929 Private company.

1936 Balling machines, card winders and thread spooling machines. [1]

1961 Manufacturers of textile winding machinery. [2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Textile Manufacturer Year Book 1936. Published by Emmott and Co. Advert on p52
  2. 1961 Dun and Bradstreet KBE