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Concanen, Lee and Siebe

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1866 Dissolution of the Partnership between Alfred Concanen, Henry Herepath Siebe, and William George Burnett, Lithographers, at No. 1, Frith street, Soho, under the firm of Concanen, Siebe, and Co. as far as, regards Alfred Concanen, who retired from the concern; all debts received and paid by the Henry Herepath Siebe and William George Burnett.[1]

1870 Henry Herepath Siebe of No. 50, Manor-street, Clapham, trading in copartnership with Alfred Concanen and Thomas Miles Lee, under the style or firm of Concanen, Lee, and Siebe, as Lithographic and Color Printers, and part of the time trading as Siebe and Burnett, discharged from bankruptcy[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 7 Dec 1866
  2. The London Gazette, 14 March 1879