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Bright and Garrard

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of Carmarthen

1883 LOCAL LIQUIDATIONS (FROM FRIDAY NIGHT'S 'GAZETTE').
Eliza Maria Bright, widow, and Thomas Smith Bright, trading as E. M. Bright and Son, at the Old Foundry, Carmarthen, general engineers, iron founders, millwrights, and agricultural machinists, both residing at Glannant, St. Peters, Carmarthen.
Eliza Maria Bright, of Glannant, St. Peters, Carmarthen, widow, lately trading with George Mingay Garrard, under the style of Bright and Garrard, and now trading with Thomas Smith Bright, under the style of H. M. Bright and Son, both at the Old Foundry, Carmarthen, as general engineers, iron founders, millwrights and agricultural machinists.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Cardiff Times - Saturday 24 March 1883