Hadfield's Turkish Baths Company Limited

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Hadfield's Turkish Baths Company Limited
Company baths: NOTTINGHAM: 5 Lower Talbot Street

As handwriting is often unclear, all name transcriptions below are indicative only.
When accuracy is important, the original documents should be consulted.
PRO (Public Record Office) documents are at The National Archives, Kew.

TNA: PRO: BT31 6019/42512 All unfootnoted information is taken from this file.

1894 Memorandum of Association: 20 November
Objects include: To purchase the interest of William Arthur Shaw (Nottingham), Thomas Hadfield (Nottingham), Thomas Hadfield Jnr (Nottingham), Henry Winn (Long Eaton) and William Holland (Nottingham) of and in Lower Talbot Street in Nottingham,

'together with the Baths, Appliances, Stock-in-trade, Fixtures, Fittings, Furniture, Stationery, Towels and all other chattels and effects in or about the said premises, and also the Goodwill of the Turkish Baths Proprietors, carried on by the above-named persons under the style or name of "The Victoria Baths Company",...'

Capital: 1,400 divided into 1,400 shares of 1
Subscribers include the vendors, above, and:
Derbyshire, Samuel Patrick (1 share) Accountant
Thompson, John Alfred (1 share) Solicitor
Registered Office: 5 Lower Talbot Street (22 December)

1895 Agreement:
1. Vendors shall sell and company purchase leaseholds for unexpired 7 years
3. Consideration shall be 1,250, as 550 cash and 700 shares in the names of:
Hadfield, Thomas (100 shares) Baths Manager
Hadfield, Thomas, Jnr. (50 shares) Baths Attendant
Holland, William (100 shares)
Shaw, William A (330 shares)
Winn, Henry (120 shares)

1896 Extraordinary Meeting: 30 April
Company cannot continue by reason of liabilities
Liquidator: J N Darbyshire
Winding up meeting (27 August)

This page last updated 04 November 2018


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