Bedggood and Company Proprietary Limited

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Bedggood and Company Proprietary Limited

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Dates of existence

1854 - 1965

History

This Melbourne firm of shoe manufacturers was founded in 1854 by Daniel Bedggood. On arrival from England he set up a business in Richmond, Victoria to make working boots. He later began importing English footwear. When branches were opened throughout Australia and business increased, the partnership, which included his three sons, was extended. The company was run by Bedggood's son John from the 1870s until 1911, then by John's son Daniel and later Horace Bedggood, as chairman of directors of Bedggood and Co. The company was deregistered on 21 July 1965.

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Richmond, Victoria; East Melbourne, Victoria

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clothing and footwear manufacturing

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Entered from deposit description on 5 May 2011

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Sources

www.museumvictoria.com.au (accessed on 5 May 2011)
Australian Securities & Investments Commission,
http://www.search.asic.gov.au/cgi-bin/gns030c?acn=004_070_222&juris=9&hdtext=ACN&srchsrc=1 (accessed on 5 May 2011)

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