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Hignett Brothers and Co

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of Liverpool

formerly Bullen and Lightfoot. Partners were John Hignett and Samuel Hignett.[1]

1859 Hignett Brothers and Co, Temple Snuff Mills, 27, Temple Street, Liverpool.[2]

1867 Hignett Brothers and Co., tobacco manufacturers. 66. Whitechapel, Liverpool.[3]

1894 Became a limited company. John Hignett and his sons Lawrence, Samuel and Arthur were directors.[4]

1901 Became part of the Imperial Tobacco Co


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Sources of Information

  1. Liverpool Mercury - Saturday 17 September 1898
  2. Northern Whig - Saturday 27 August 1859
  3. Manchester Courier - Friday 13 September 1867
  4. Liverpool Mercury - Saturday 17 September 1898