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Locke, Lancaster and Co

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Lead merchants and de-silverisers

c.1818 William James Lancaster (1802-66) joined John Locke's business

1854 The company name was changed to Locke, Lancaster and Co

1892 The company was registered on 18 January, to acquire the business of white-lead makers, lead rollers and metal merchants of the firm of the same name.

1894 Dissolution of the Partnership between John Locke Lancaster, Arthur Henry Lancaster, and Thomas Capper, carrying on business as Lead, Bullion, and General Merchants, at St. Peter's-chambers, Cornhill, in the city of London, under the style or firm of Locke Lancaster and Company[1].

1894 Amalgamation took place with W. W. and R. Johnson and Sons as Locke, Lancaster and W. W. and R. Johnson and Sons. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 21 September 1894
  2. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908