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Bennett and Storey

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1853: Whellan & Co’s Directory of Manchester & Salford, 1853 lists the following: Bennett & Storey: Brass founders, coppersmiths and gas fitters, 6 South Street, St Peter's; Samuel Bennett, brass founder (Bennett & Storey), 15 Melbourne Street, Gt Bridgewater Street; Thomas Storey, brass founder (Bennett & Storey), 15 Melbourne Street, Gt Bridgewater Street

1853: Partnership dissolved between Samuel Bennett and Thomas Storey, brass founders and coppersmiths, Manchester. Business to be carried on by Thomas Storey [1]

1863: Slater's Directory of Manchester and Salford, 1863 lists the following: Bennett & Storey: Brass founders, coppersmiths, and braziers, 12 Trafford Street, Gaythorn; Samuel Bennett, brass founder (Bennett & Storey), 4 Vine Street, Hulme; Thomas Storey, brass founder (Bennett & Storey), 4 Vine Street, Hulme; Thomas Storey, 128 Radnor Street, Hulme

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] The London Gazette, 1853, p.3198