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Constant and Co

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Sugar refiners, of Well Street, Whitechapel, London

Proprietor: Lewis [Louis?] Honore Henry German Constant of Wellclose Square.[1]. Note: Constant was French, so there is some doubt about the spelling of several of his Christian names in the source.

1822 Court case: Constant & Co vs. Hague and Thomson (millwrights), concerning damage resulting from the explosion of a cast iron boiler, which killed seven people.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Sugar Refiners & Sugarbakers Database
  2. Morning Post - Wednesday 23 October 1822