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Isaac and Benjamin Dobson

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Machine Makers of Bolton

Isaac Dobson and Benjamin Dobson

1827 Mention of Messrs. Isaac and Benjamin Dobson, machine makers, Black Horse Street, Great Bolton.[1]

1834 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership between us the undersigned, Henry Ashworth, as Executor of the late Isaac Dobson, Benjamin Dobson, as Executor of the late Isaac Dobson, all of Bolton, in the County of Lancaster, and Robert Wallwork, of Chorley, and Benjamin Dobson, of Little Bolton, Cotton-Spinners and Manufacturers, carrying on trade at Chorley and Manchester, in the said County, under the firm of Robert Wallwork and Company, as Cotton-Spinners, and us Manufacturers, under the firm of Isaac and Benjamin Dobson, was dissolved on-the 1st day of January 1834 by mutual consent. As witness our hands this 15th day of January 1834. Henry Ashworth, Benjn. Dobson, Executors of the late Isaac Dobson. Robt. Wallwork. Benjn. Dobson.'[2]

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