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Might this be connected with [[Rose Tube Co]] of Halesowen?
1894 Dissolution of the  Partnership  between  Benjamin Woodhouse  Rose,  Major General Rose,  Sidney  Herbert Rose, and  [[Baron  Rose]], as  Gun barrel and Tube  Manufacturers, at  Halesowen  Mill,  in  the  county of  Worcester, under the  name or firm of [[Rose Brothers (of Halesowen)|Rose Brothers]], by  mutual  consent,  so  far  as  regards Major  General Rose  and Sidney Herbert  Rose, who retired.  Benjamin Woodhouse Rose  and  Baron Rose continued  the business  as  Gun barrel  and  Tube  Manufacturers,  at  Halesowen  Mill, under the said name or firm of Rose Brothers.<ref>London Gazette 16 Nov 1894</ref>
Presumably later became [[Rose Tube Co]] of Halesowen
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Latest revision as of 08:37, 5 June 2020

1894 Dissolution of the Partnership between Benjamin Woodhouse Rose, Major General Rose, Sidney Herbert Rose, and Baron Rose, as Gun barrel and Tube Manufacturers, at Halesowen Mill, in the county of Worcester, under the name or firm of Rose Brothers, by mutual consent, so far as regards Major General Rose and Sidney Herbert Rose, who retired. Benjamin Woodhouse Rose and Baron Rose continued the business as Gun barrel and Tube Manufacturers, at Halesowen Mill, under the said name or firm of Rose Brothers.[1]

Presumably later became Rose Tube Co of Halesowen

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 16 Nov 1894