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Probably the same as [[William Jones (of London)]] and [[William Jones (of Charlton)]].
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1963 [[William Jones (of London)|William Jones]] Ltd was acquired by [[A. C. E. Machinery]]<ref>The Times, Jun 25, 1963</ref>
 
 
1963 William Jones Ltd was acquired by [[A. C. E. Machinery]]<ref>The Times, Jun 25, 1963</ref>
 
  
 
1964 William Jones won contract for 6 Osprey sludge bed discharges for a sewage works in Tripoli<ref>  The Times, Sep 08, 1964</ref>
 
1964 William Jones won contract for 6 Osprey sludge bed discharges for a sewage works in Tripoli<ref>  The Times, Sep 08, 1964</ref>
  
1978 William Jones (Chemical Engineers) was a subsidiary of ACE Machinery<ref>The Times, Sep 27, 1978</ref>
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1978 '''William Jones (Chemical Engineers)''' was a subsidiary of ACE Machinery<ref>The Times, Sep 27, 1978</ref>
  
  

Latest revision as of 13:29, 13 May 2020

1963 William Jones Ltd was acquired by A. C. E. Machinery[1]

1964 William Jones won contract for 6 Osprey sludge bed discharges for a sewage works in Tripoli[2]

1978 William Jones (Chemical Engineers) was a subsidiary of ACE Machinery[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Jun 25, 1963
  2. The Times, Sep 08, 1964
  3. The Times, Sep 27, 1978