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Edward Headly and Son

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Edward Ind Headly set up as an ironmonger and ironfounder in Corn Exchange Street in Cambridge. Later traded as E. Headly and Son, Headly and Son, and Edward Headly and Son.

1879 Edward Headly and Son, agricultural implement maker, Corn Exchange St; James Ind Headly, engineer, Mill Road[1].

1884 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Edward Ind Headly and Lawrance Headly, carrying on business as Agricultural Implement Manufacturers, Engineers, Ironfounders, and Ironmongers, at Cambridge, in the county of Cambridge, under the style or firm of Edward Headly and Son, has been dissolved...'[2]

1885 Established the Exchange Ironworks in Newmarket Road.

c.1900 Lawrence Headly, son of Edward, went into partnership with Arthur Edwards, trading as Headly and Edwards.

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Sources of Information

  1. Post Office Directory of Cambridgeshire, 1879
  2. [1] Gazette Issue 25338 published on the 4 April 1884. Page 15 of 42