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1886 Termination of  the  Partnership  between [[John Corry  Fell]],  [[George  Cecil Dymond]], and  [[John  James  Robinson]], under  the  firm  of [[J.  C. Fell and  Co]]., carrying  on  business as Engineers, at 69,  Old-street and No. 1, Queen  Victoria-street,  also  at Norman-buildings,  and  elsewhere  in  or  near  the  city of London.<ref>London Gazette 1 Nov,  1887</ref>.
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Revision as of 14:39, 29 October 2021

1886 Termination of the Partnership between John Corry Fell, George Cecil Dymond, and John James Robinson, under the firm of J. C. Fell and Co., carrying on business as Engineers, at 69, Old-street and No. 1, Queen Victoria-street, also at Norman-buildings, and elsewhere in or near the city of London.[1].

1887 of W. P. Thompson and Co


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 1 Nov, 1887