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Peacock and Binnington

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1894 Company formed by Henry Earl Cartwright Peacock and John Binnington

1897 Advertisement. Peacock and Binnington, Implement agents, 11 to 15 West Street, Hull.[1]

1898. Mentioned. Lincolnshire Agricultural Show. Peacock and Binnington, Hull.[2]

1922 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, Henry Earl Cartwright Peacock and John Binnington, carrying on business as Agricultural Engineers and Implement Agents, at 14-16, Pease-street, in the city and county of Kingston-upon-Hull, and The Old Foundry, Brigg, and New-road, Spalding, both in the county of Lincoln, under the style or firm of "PEACOCK & BINNINGTON," has been dissolved by mutual consent...'[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. Stamford Mercury - Friday 23 April 1897
  2. Stamford Mercury - Friday 15 July 1898
  3. The London Gazette Publication date:10 January 1922 Issue:32572 Page:310
  • Ploughs, Chaff Cutters and Steam Engines. Edited by Ken Redmore – Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology. Published 2007. ISBN 978 0 903582 308.