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Tangye Brothers and Holman

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7th June 1872.
21st June 1872.
January 1872.
1873.
1873.

Engineers and Machinery Agents, of 10 Laurence Pountney Lane, London.

The London House representing Tangye Brothers

Previously Stephen Holman

1869 Dissolution of the Partnership between James Tangye, Joseph Tangye, Edward Tangye, Richard Tangye, George Tangye, and Stephen Holman, in the trade or business of Machinery Agents and Manufacturers, at No. 10, Laurence Pountney lane, in the city of London, trading under the style or firm of Tangye Brothers, and Holman, so far only as regards Edward Tangye. [1]

1871 Exhibitor at Royal Agricultural Show at Wolverhampton listed as Tangye Brothers and Holman, London [2].

1872 Dissolution of the Partnership between James Tangye, Joseph Tangye, Richard Tangye, George Tangye, and Stephen Holman, in the trade or business of Engineers, and Machinery Agents, at 10, Lawrence Poutney Lane in the city of London, trading under the style or firm of Tangye Brothers and Holman as regards James Tangye and Joseph Tangye. The business would be continued by the remaining partners[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 31 August 1869
  2. Newcastle Courant, 7 July 1871
  3. London Gazette 31 January 1873