Cox and King
of London and Wyvenhoe, Essex
1893 'The 79-ton yawl Harelda, which formerly belonged Messrs. Cox and King, has just been sold to Sir Edwin Arnold, the editor of the Daily Telegraph, and has started fitting out for the summer.'
1909 Partnership change. '... the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Gustavus Harry Fradelle Pratt, Francis Gordon Pratt, and Sidney Barron Depree, carrying on business as Naval Architects, Yacht Brokers, Auctioneers, and Agents, and Insurance Brokers, at 5 and 6, Suffolk-street, Pall Mall, London, under the style or firm of COX AND KING, has been dissolved, so far as the said Sidney Barron Depree is concerned, by mutual consent as and from the fourth day of October, 1909. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said Gustavus Harry Fradelle Pratt and Francis Gordon Pratt, who will in future continue carrying on the business under the style or firm of Cox and King, at 5 and 6, Suffolk-street, Pall Mall. London, for their own account alone...'
Sources of Information
- Essex Standard - Saturday 29 April 1893
- The London Gazette Publication date:8 October 1909 Issue:28295 Page:7449