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Beasley and Roberts

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1868 Bankruptcy. 'DIVIDEND MEETING of the Creditors of BENJAMIN ROBERTS and TIMOTHY HUGHES, carrying on business at the Eagle Foundry, Oldbury, in the county of Worceeter, Ironfounders, in co-partnership with Charles Beasley, under the style or firm Beasley and Roberts and CHARLES BEASLEY, carrying on business at the Eagle Foundry, Oldbury, in the county of Worcsster, as an Ironfounder, in co-partnership with Benjamin Roberts and Timothy Hughes, under the style or firm of Beasley and Roberts,” who were adjudicated Bankrupts on the 28th day of March, 1867...'[1]


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  1. Aris's Birmingham Gazette - Saturday 16 May 1868