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1854 Established by William Foulds.
 
1854 Established by William Foulds.
  
1897 Incorporated as a Limited Company.
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1897 Incorporated, with capital of £70,000, as William Foulds and Co Limited "to acquire and take over as a going concern the business of wine and spirit brokers, agents, merchants, distillers, and bonded warehousemen, now carried on at Paisley, Greenock, Ardrishaig and Manchester by William Foulds and Co".<ref>The Scotsman 20 February 1897</ref>
  
 
1917 The company went into voluntary liquidation in December. The Glenfyne Distillery was subsequently acquired by [[Robertson and Baxter]].
 
1917 The company went into voluntary liquidation in December. The Glenfyne Distillery was subsequently acquired by [[Robertson and Baxter]].

Revision as of 08:59, 17 October 2021

of School Wynd, Paisley and Glenfyne Distillery, Ardrishaig.

Distillers, Scotch Whisky Merchants, and Coopers.

1854 Established by William Foulds.

1897 Incorporated, with capital of £70,000, as William Foulds and Co Limited "to acquire and take over as a going concern the business of wine and spirit brokers, agents, merchants, distillers, and bonded warehousemen, now carried on at Paisley, Greenock, Ardrishaig and Manchester by William Foulds and Co".[1]

1917 The company went into voluntary liquidation in December. The Glenfyne Distillery was subsequently acquired by Robertson and Baxter.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Scotsman 20 February 1897
  • National Records of Scotland BT2/3429
  • Edinburgh Gazette 11 January 1918