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James and Edward Plenty

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Presumably successor to William Plenty and Sons

1830 James and Edward P. Plenty, Agricultural Implement Makers (ploughs) of Market Place and Eagle Foundry, Newbury[1]

1848 Engineers and ironfounders, of Cheap Street, Newbury[2]

1851 James and Edward Pellew Plenty had exhibited a Machine for tarring yarn and a model of a life-boat, of wood and cork, at the 1851 Great Exhibition

Presumably succeeded by Plenty and Pain

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Sources of Information

  1. Pigot's Directory
  2. Post Office directory