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Lambert, Hoole and Jackson

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of Salford Mills

1831 Dissolution of the Partnership between Sir George Philips, Robert Philips, and Nathaniel Philips, carrying on business at the Salford Cotton Mills, as Cotton-Spinners, under the firm of Philips and Lee. The business would be carried on by their successors, Messrs. Lambert, Hoole, and Jackson, who rented the Mills together with the machinery therein. Signed George Philips, Robert Philips, Nathl. Philips, John Lambert, Holland Hoole, John Jackson.[1]

1841 John Lambert retired from the Partnership with Holland Hoole, John Jackson, and Thomas Charlewood, all of Salford, Cotton Spinners, carrying on business under the firm of Lambert, Hoole, Jackson, and Co. The business would be carried on under the firm of Hoole, Jackson, and Charlewood.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 25 March 1831
  2. London Gazette 1 June 1841