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Joseph Rodgers and Co

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1876.

of 33 Charles Street, Sheffield, cutlers (1876)

By 1876 Joseph Rodgers and Co was at 33 Charles St, Sheffield (see advert)

1889 Edward Lane left the partnership of Joseph Rodgers and Co with Joseph Rodgers at 36 Howard St., Sheffield as cutlery manufacturers; the business was carried on by Joseph Rodgers[1]

1896 Charles Albert Farnsworth left the partnership of Joseph Rodgers and Co at Howard St., Sheffield; the business was carried on by Joseph Rodgers and Walter Frank Booker[2]

1897 Dissolution of the Partnership between Joseph Rodgers and Walter Frank Booker as Cutlery and Electro-plate Manufacturers, Steel, File and General Merchants at Howard-street, Sheffield under the style or firm of Joseph Rodgers and Co. The business carried on by Joseph Rodgers.[3]

1907 Joseph Rodgers of Joseph Rodgers and Co was bankrupt[4]



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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette, 1 November 1889
  2. London Gazette 13 October 1896
  3. London Gazette 14 May 1897
  4. The Edinburgh Gazette 15 November 1907