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Edward Peter Halse and Co

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of Jewin Place, Cripplegate, London

Successor to Edward Halse and Son

1842 Dissolution of the Partnership between Edward Halse and Edward Peter Halse, of the Crescent, Jewin street, Cripplegate, London, Merchants and Factors, carrying on business under the firm of Edward Halse and Son[1]

1845 Merchants, factors and importers of black lead, melting pots and crucibles, etc[2]

1858 After the death of Edward Peter Halse this business was presumably taken on by his nephews the Morgan Brothers

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 4 Oct 1842
  2. London, City Directory