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1831 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership which subsisted between us the undersigned, [[William Stenton]], [[George Wostenholm the elder]], and [[George Wostenholm the younger]], of Sheffield, in the. County of York, Merchants and Manufacturers of Cutlery, and other Hardware, and which was carried on under the firm  of [[Stenton, Wostenholm and Son|Stenton, Wostenholm, and Son]], was dissolved...'<ref>[The London Gazette Publication date:25 November 1831 Issue:18877 Page:2465]</ref>
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1831 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership which subsisted between us the undersigned, [[William Stenton]], [[George Wostenholm the elder]], and [[George Wostenholm the younger]], of Sheffield, in the. County of York, Merchants and Manufacturers of Cutlery, and other Hardware, and which was carried on under the firm  of [[Stenton, Wostenholm and Son|Stenton, Wostenholm, and Son]], was dissolved...'<ref>The London Gazette Publication date:25 November 1831 Issue:18877 Page:2465</ref>
  
 
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of Sheffield

1831 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership which subsisted between us the undersigned, William Stenton, George Wostenholm the elder, and George Wostenholm the younger, of Sheffield, in the. County of York, Merchants and Manufacturers of Cutlery, and other Hardware, and which was carried on under the firm of Stenton, Wostenholm, and Son, was dissolved...'[1]

Became George Wostenholm and Son


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  1. The London Gazette Publication date:25 November 1831 Issue:18877 Page:2465