1877: Priory Works, Studley, England
before 1921 Clive Works, Redditch and Priory Works, Studley
1927 Clive Works, Redditch
Before 1921 20 Gresham Street, London and 17 Piccidilly, Manchester
1927 10 King Edward Street, E. C. I. off Newgate Street, (opposite G. P. O.), London and 31 Tib Street, Manchester
Trademarks: demi-griffin, Cross Fox, Clive, Aero (until 1995)
1861 registered demi-griffin trademark at Stationers’ Hall
1898 amalgamated with Lewis & Baylis
1933 introduced Aero brand and grey coating for aluminum
1983 Abel Morrall became part of the Needle Industries
1995 Aero trademark was assigned to Rump & Prym, Germany
From WIlliams, Sheila, The History of Knitting Pin Gauges
In 1898 Morralls amalgamated with Lewis & Baylis … the Morrall name and Griffin trademark were well-regarded assets and it was agreed … to merge under the Morrall name…. The running of the company, however, was firmly in the hands of the Lewis family
demi-griffin, Cross Fox and Clive were all trademarks of Lewis & Baylis before the merger with Abel Morrall.
Lewis & Baylis owned the Clive Works in Redditch.