City Directories and History: The company created significant number of machine parts and equipment in Charleston. Associated with the company in the post Civil War boom were: J.F. Taylor, E.M. Troth and Wm. H. Prioleau.
The receipt shown below, listed the following officers and directors: G. W. Williams, R. Brotherhood, A. G. Rose, W. E. Breese at #1 Broad Street. Directors were: G.W. Williams, J. F. Taylor, F. J. Pelzer, C. A. Chisolm, J. C. Mallonee, D. C. Ebaugh, and D. H. Harvey.
The Yorkville Enquirer reported on April 13, 1892 – “A commission for a charter has been issued to the Blacksburg Phosphate Guano Co., with a capital stock of $100,000. The company will mine and manufacture phosphates and pyrites. The corporators are: John F. Jones, D.C. Ebaugh of Charleston, T.B. Gautieu of Morristown, N.J., G.W. Ebaugh of Spartanburg and Dr. John G. Black of Blacksburg.”
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