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Beardshaw, Stevenson and Co

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of Diamond Works, Hollis Croft, Sheffield

1843 Partnership dissolved. Jonathan Beardshaw, George Beardshaw, Thomas Lowrey Stevenson and Joseph Stevenson, Sheffield, file manufacturers.[1]

1851 Death of Jonathan Beardshaw, Senior

1854 Partnership change. '...the Partnership heretofore carried on and subsisting by and between us the undersigned, George Beardshaw, Thomas Lowrey Stevenson, and Jonathan Beardshaw, as File Manufacturers, at Sheffield, in the county of York, under the style or firm of Beardshaw, Stevenson, and Company, expired by effluxion of time, on the 1st day of July last; and that all debts owing to and by the said late partnership will be received and paid by the said Thomas Lowrey Stevenson and Jonathan Beardshaw, by whom the business will be continued...'[2]

1863 Partnership dissolved. '...the Co-partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Jonathan Beardshaw and Thomas Lowrey Stevenson, carrying on business at Diamond Works, in Hollis Croft, in Sheffield, as File and Steel Manufacturers, and General Merchants, under the style or firm of Beardshaw, Stevenson, and Co., was dissolved by mutual consent...'[3]

Later J. and T. S. Beardshaw were at these premises

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