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Gardner, Locket and Hinton

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of Fenchurch Avenue, London, E.C.. Colliery Agents, Coal and Coke Factors and Merchants, Wharfingers and Lightermen.

Incorporating:

all of which had been established over in the early 1800s.

1914 Directors: Thomas Gardner, J.P. (Chairman), W. H. Edinger, F. Gardner, Henry Gardner, A. L. Glass, S. N. Home, E. C. Judkins, F. Locket, and G. C. Locket, J.P.

Post-WWI Charrington, Sells, Dale and Co merged with Gardner, Locket and Hinton to form Charrington Gardner Locket[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. The Times July 23, 1977