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C. Vickary

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1870.

of Exe Island and 84 Fore Street, Exeter

Successor to J. Vickary

See Charles John Vickary

1868 Advertisement: 'GAS ENGINEERING ESTABLISHMENT, EXE ISLAND, EXETER.
C. VICKARY, CONTRACTOR, AND MANUFACTURER OF IMPROVED WET & DRY GAS METERS, CHANDELIERS and GAS FITTINGS, PLUMBERS' BRASS WORK, &c,
RETURNS her sincere thanks for the liberal support bestowed upon her husband, the late John Vickary, during the last 20 years, and begs to say that having engaged a competent Engineer, she, in connection with her Son, is carrying on the above Establishment, and respectfully solicits a continuation of the commands of her Patrons, which shall receive her best attention. It is requested that all communications may be addressed to MRS. C. VICKARY, EXE ISLAND, EXETER.'[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. Western Times, 31 July 1868