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Owen, Addison and Grindrod

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Iron Founders of Liver Foundry, Parliament Street, Liverpool

1826 Morton's Patent Slip for Wallasey Pool: 'The iron work and machinery were executed at the Liver Foundry, by Messrs. Owen, Addison and Grindrod.....[1]

1832 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership subsisting between-us the undersigned, Richard Maurice Owen, Leonard Addison, and Jonathan Grindrod, carrying on the tirade of Iron and Brass-Founders, at the Liver Iron Foundry, n Parliament-Street, in Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, under the firm of Owen, Addison, and Grindrod, is this day dissolved by mutual consent...[2]


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