Liverpool Turkish Baths and Toilet Company Limited

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Liverpool Turkish Baths and Toilet Company Limited
Company baths: LIVERPOOL: 26 & 28 Lime 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 12920/105034 All unfootnoted information is taken from this file.

1909 Registered Office: 43 Castle Street (18 September)
Secretary: Charles Rutherford, Solicitor, of 43 Castle Street
Capital: 6,000 divided into 6,000 shares of 1
Memorandum of Association: 20 September
Objects: to operate Turkish Baths, Hairdressers, etc.
Jude, Simon (100 shares) Accountant, of Cork Street
Kirkland, Robert, Snr (100 shares) Merchant, of Blundellsands
Siegers, Johann Mathias (100 shares) Hotel manager, Angel Hotel
Treuse, Charles William Henry (100 shares) Property owner
Registered Office: 43 Castle Street (2 October)
Secretary: Andrew McGowan
Shareholders include:
Gaffney, John (Manager of Shakespeare Theatre)
Maiser, Otto (Proprietor of Hotel St George)
Reece, Samuel Hargreaves (Dairyman)

1910 Largest shareholder: Elmswood Laundry Company, Aigburgh (200 shares)
Other shareholders include:
Blackler, Margaret Ellen (Married woman)
Mortgage for 2,000 (19 September) to Sir James Smith and Gilbert Henry Claughton
Registered Office: 17/18 Harrington Chambers, 24 North John Street (15 December)
Secretary: Thomas Robson

1911 Directors:
Glendenning, John Walter (40 Bentley Road)
Haddow, James
Kirkland, Robert, Snr
Shareholders include:
Birchall, Charles Herbert (Proprietor, Commerce & Shipping J)
Reece, Samuel Hargreaves (Dairyman) Brownlow Hill
Receiver: Thomas Robson appointed (28 June)

This page last updated 04 November 2018


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