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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...'
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
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