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of Special Tool Works, Sheffield, tool makers
1873 Charles Terry died.
1875 Patent to Thomas William Beverley, Engineer & Tool Maker, of the firm of Beverley and Terry, Special Tool Works, Sheffield, in respect of the invention of "improvements in slide surfacing and screw cutting lathes."
1877 Dissolution of the Partnership between Thomas William Beverley and the late Charles Frederick Terry as Engineers, Machinists, and General Merchants, at Stanley-street, Wicker, Sheffield, as Beverley and Terry. Accounts would be settled by Thomas William Beverley. Also signed by Samuel Cocker on behalf of the late Charles Terry.