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Frederick A. Power and Co

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1876.
1881

of Midland Wire Mills, Saltley, Birmingham.

London Office - 63 Bishopsgate St.

Liverpool Office - 25 City Chambers, Old Hall Street.

Manufacturers of Iron, Steel and Homogeneous Wire.

Brand Name - F.A.P. Ready.

1884 Dissolution of the Partnership between Frederick Augustus Power and Benjamin Talbot, trading as F. A. Power and Co., as Wire Drawers, at the Midland Wire Mills, Saltley, Birmingham. All debts due and owing in respect of the said business will be paid by the said Frederick Augustus Power, by whom the same business will in future be carried on alone[1].

1898 Frederick Augustus Power died

The company later became F. A. Power and Son and Frederick A. Power and Sons (Saltley).


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 16 Sept 1884