Abbott and Smith were a firm of organ builders based in Leeds, England from 1869 to 1964.
Abbott and Smith Wikipedia
Isaac Abbott established the firm in Leeds in 1869. He had worked for William Hill in London for 20 years. Another Hill employee, William Stanwix Smith, was manager until Isaac Abbott retired in 1889. The firm followed the tonal style of Edmund Schulze.
From 1889 William Smith and Isaac Abbott’s son continued the firm. Later it passed to Smith’s sons and grandson.
In 1964 the firm was bought by J.H. Horsfall.St Peter's Church, Parwich 1873
All Souls, Blackman Lane 1877
St Andrew's Church, Aysgarth 1880
St Michael's Church, Derby 1880 enlarged
Church of All Souls, Bolton 1881
St Mary's Church, Eastling 1882
St John the Baptist's Church, Kirby Wiske 1883
Holy Trinity Church, Wensley 1885
St Peter and St Paul's Church, Bolton-by-Bowland 1886
Holy Trinity Church, Skipton 1888 organ moved
Blenheim Palace 1888 (now in St Swithun's church, Hither Green)
Our Lady and the English Martyrs Church, Cambridge 1890
St George's Minster, Doncaster 1894 new console and blowing equipment
St John's Church, Silverdale 1897
St John and All Saints' Church, Easingwold 1903
Emmanuel Cathedral, Durban 1912
The old Sōgakudō Concert Hall, Tokyo 1920
The King's School, Pontefract, West Yorkshire. 1934 (NPOR N07106)
St Luke, Wallsend, Tyneside. Undated (NPOR G00156)
Trinity Church, Goole. East Yorkshire. Installed date as yet unknown.