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Does anyone remember my father - Charlie Gladwell - who worked there?

By Jackie Soutar (10/02/2009)

My Grandfather worked at the second factory in the 'Tool Room'. His name was Fred Bray-Cotton.

By John Horn (03/09/2009)

Hi Henry (John), I think you have got the story correct about the smallpox outbreak, and the whole factory being held in isolation whilst health officials carried out tests and vaccinations. I was told the same story by Les Roberts who worked in the Kemp Town factory after the war, c early 1950s.

By Peter Groves (17/06/2010)

My father, Jim Trangmar, was an inspector at Kearney and Trecker, he left in early 1970. Might be a bit after the dates mentioned here.

By Neil Trangmar (15/08/2014)

Is that the same Jim Trangmar who sadly passed away in September 2015? If it was, I knew him from the  Brighton Trades & Labour Club. He was a very pleasant person.

By Richard J. Szypulski (03/10/2015)

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