Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Booth, Wilson and Pettit

From Graces Guide

Consulting engineers, of Victoria Street, Westminster


1932 Dissolution of the Partnership between Hubert Cecil Booth. John Sigismund Wilson and Charles William Pettit, Consulting Engineers, at No. 64, Victoria Street, in the city of Westminster, under the style or firm of BOOTH WILSON & PETTIT. Charles William Pettit would receive the debts of the firm and would practise independently. Hubert Cecil Booth and Charles William Pettit would continue to practise in partnership[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 27 Dec 1932