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Crichton and Eadie

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1847.
1852.

of Glasgow and Rutherglen

1856 THE Concern carrying on Business in London-street, Glasgow, and at Dalmarnock, as Patent Iron Tube Makers, and Smiths and Iron Founders, under the Firm of Crichton and Eadie, was dissolved on 12th August, 1855, by the death of Mr. John Crichton, who, and the Subscriber James Eadie, were sole Partners of the Concern. Signed by James Spencer, Mary Wotherspoon, Wm. Wotherspoon, Elisabeth Crichton, Executors of the Deceased John Crichton, James Eadie[1]. See Eadies

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  1. The London Gazette 13 June 1856