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George Cecil Dymond

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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.[1].

1887 of W. P. Thompson and Co

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 1 Nov, 1887