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Bahr, Behrend and Co

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of Hargreaves Buildings, 5, Chapel Street, Liverpool.

General Merchants, Ship Owners and Shipbrokers, Forwarding, Shipping, and Passenger Agents

Established prior to 1816 by Chas. Lewis Bahr. Partnership Successions: (1) Charles Lewis Bahr, David Behrend, trading as Bahr, Behrend & Co.; (2) Charles Lewis Bahr, David Behrend, Henry Alexander Stewart, trading as Bahr, Behrend & Stewart (dissolved partnership in 1847); (3) D. Behrend (d. 1860), Geo. W. Bahr, Geo. Behrend, trading as Bahr, Behrend & Co. (dissolved 1861); (4) Geo. W. Bahr, Geo. Behrend, Albert Hugo Albert Zeden, as Bahr, Behrend & Co. (dissolved 1870); (5) Geo. Bahr (d. 1880), Geo. Behrend, Gordon Ross (d. 1905), Henry David Behrend, trading as Bahr, Behrend & Ross (dissolved 1898); (6) Geo. Behrend (d. 1903), H. D. Behrend, Gustav Joseph, as Bahr, Behrend & Co., to 1905.

1914 Present Principals: H. D. Behrend, G. Joseph, Edward A. Behrend, since 1906. Are the oldest Shipbroking firm in Liverpool. Staff: Over fifty. Branches: Atlantic Chambers, Brazennose Street, Manchester; 6, Forster Square, Bradford; 22, Billiter Street, London E.C. Business: Lines of Steamers (Cargo and Passengers) .to Swedish and Norwegian Ports. Are General Merchants, Bankers' Agents, Steamship, Sailing Ship and Insurance Brokers and Commission Merchants.

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