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Lucas, Coathupes, Homer and Cliffe

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of Bristol

Crown Glass manufacturers

1844 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership subsisting between me undersigned, in the city of Bristol, and at Nailsea, in the county of Somerset, in the business of Crown Window Glass Manufacturers, under the firm of Lucas, Coathupes, Homer, and Cliffe, expired, by effluxion of time, on the 31st day of March last, from which day the same stands dissolved: As witness our hands this 8th day of April 1844. Reg. H. Bean, specially appointed executor of the will of John Robert Lucas, deceased. William Coathupe. Chas. Thornton Coathupe. Oliver Coathupe. James Edward Homer. Thomas Cliffe.[1]

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