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Iron founder, later Coal and Coke merchant, of Marsh Place, Lambeth
 
Iron founder, later Coal and Coke merchant, of Marsh Place, Lambeth
  
1798 Partnership dissolved. '...the Copartnership between [[Thomas Winder]], [[John Joseph]], and [[Joseph Bramah]], Iron-Founders, carrying on Trade at Narrow-Wall, Lambeth, under the Firm of [[Winder, Joseph and Co|Winder, Joseph, and Co]]. was dissolved by mutual Consent; and that the Business has since then, and will in future be carried on by the -said Thomas Winder and John
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1798 Partnership dissolved. '...the Copartnership between [[Thomas Winder]], [[John Joseph]], and [[Joseph Bramah]], Iron-Founders, carrying on Trade at Narrow-Wall, Lambeth, under the Firm of [[Winder, Joseph and Co|Winder, Joseph, and Co]]. was dissolved by mutual Consent; and that the Business has since then, and will in future be carried on by the said Thomas Winder and John
 
Joseph only...'<ref>[http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/15057/pages/851] Gazette Issue 15057 published on the 8 September 1798. Page 7 of 12 </ref>
 
Joseph only...'<ref>[http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/15057/pages/851] Gazette Issue 15057 published on the 8 September 1798. Page 7 of 12 </ref>
  

Latest revision as of 11:53, 19 December 2018

Iron founder, later Coal and Coke merchant, of Marsh Place, Lambeth

1798 Partnership dissolved. '...the Copartnership between Thomas Winder, John Joseph, and Joseph Bramah, Iron-Founders, carrying on Trade at Narrow-Wall, Lambeth, under the Firm of Winder, Joseph, and Co. was dissolved by mutual Consent; and that the Business has since then, and will in future be carried on by the said Thomas Winder and John Joseph only...'[1]

1804 The bankruptcy order against Thomas Winder was lifted; he and William Jewhurst, both of Westminster-Bridge Road, Surrey, were Iron founders, copartners, dealers, and chapmen[2]

1808 Dissolution of the partnerships with Thomas Foster, and with Thomas Foster and Isaac Moorsom as coal and coke merchants; debts would be settled by Thomas Winder[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Gazette Issue 15057 published on the 8 September 1798. Page 7 of 12
  2. The London Gazette 25 August 1804
  3. The London Gazette 19 November 1808