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Joseph Vivian and Co

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of Roseworthy, Gwinear, Cornwall

1853 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership formerly subsisting between John Vivian, of Rosehill, in Cramborne, in the county of Cornwall, and John Lambrick Vivian, of the same place, his son, in the business of Iron Founders and General Merchants, under the firm of Vivian and Company, was dissolved...'[1]

1858 Partnership dissolved. '... us the undersigned, Joseph Vivian and John Vivian, as Iron Manufacturers, carrying on business at Roseworthy, in the parish of Gwinear, in the county of Cornwall, under the style or firm of Joseph Vivian and Company, was this day dissolved by mutual consent...'[2]


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