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F. Matchett

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Frederick Matchett of Birmingham

  • 1828 Partnership dissolved between Benjamin Willoughby and Frederick Matchett, Birmingham, Ironfounders[1]
  • 1828 Advertisement: 'TO MERCHANTS, FACTORS, &c. FREDERIC MATCHETT, late in the firm of Willoughby and Matchett, Iron Founders, having commenced on his own account the same line of business, respectfully solicits a share of their favours, and begs to assure them that no exertion shall be wanting on his part to obtain their future orders, which shall always be attended to with punctuality and dispatch. Manufactory - No. 4, James-street, St. Paul's. N.B. Every description of small Iron Castings on the shortest notice.' [2]
  • 1836 Advertisement: 'TO CAST NAIL MOULDERS. WANTED a few good Workmen in the above line.— Apply to F. Matchett, Charlotte-street'. [3]
  • 1849 Directory: Listed as Ironfounders

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Sources of Information

  1. Birmingham Gazette, 25 February 1828
  2. Birmingham Gazette, 9 June 1828
  3. Aris's Birmingham Gazette, 12 January 1835