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John E. McPherson and Sons

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Cluny Scotch Whisky.
1951.
1951.


Wine merchants, whisky blenders and exporters, sole proprietors of "Cluny" whisky, of Sallyport Buildings, Melbourne Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne and with offices in London and Edinburgh

1857 The firm was established

1880 The partnership between John Ewen McPherson and John Hare, who had traded as wine and spirit merchants in Pilgrim Street, was dissolved and McPherson continued trading on his own account

1903 The firm opened new, expanded premises, known as Sallyport Buildings

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Sources of Information

  • London Gazette December 14 1880
  • Ward's Directory of Newcastle-on-Tyne 1910