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Allcard, Slack and Co

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1896 Tom Jefferson Fryer entered the firm of Allcard, Slack and Co, Sheffield

1899 Dissolution of the Partnership between Harry Allcard, William Watts Slack, and Tom Jefferson Fryer, carrying on business as Engineers, Colliery and Mill Furnishers, and Manufacturers' Agents, of 20 and 22, Change-alley, Sheffield, under the style of Allcard Slack and Co. Debts due and owing received and paid by William Watts Slack and Tom Jefferson Fryer.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 12 May 1899