Thomas Allison, Limited
The firm was founded by Thomas Allison, an ironmonger born circa 1841 in Lancashire, and became a limited libability company in 1894 with 6,000 £1 shares. The first directors were Thomas Allison and Samuel C. Smith.
A letterhead from 1918 describes them as "Hot Water, Ventilating, Sanitary & Electrical Engineer[s]" as well as:
Slater, Ironmonger, Mill Furnisher,
Slate & Tile Merchant,
Bell Hanger, Tin Plate Worker,
and Maker of all descriptions of Ventilators.
The company are not listed in the 1937 Directory.
Notes and References
- "Milnsbridge" in Huddersfield Chronicle (22/Sep/1894).
- "New Companies" in Sheffield Daily Telegraph (05/Jun/1894).