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Fowler and Fry

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of Bristol

Albert Fry and John Fowler, Junior

1856 Listed at 94 Temple Street, Bristol as 'Fowler and Fry, agricultural implement makers and engineers' [1]

1856 October. Partnership between John Fowler, Junior and Albert Fry was dissolved. [2]

1856 October. Announces that Albert Fry will carry on the business at the Temple-Gate Implement Factory after the withdrawal of John Fowler, Jun. [3]

Became A. and T. Fry

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Sources of Information

  1. 1856 Post Office Directory of Gloucestershire, Bath and Bristol
  2. The Morning Chronicle, Saturday, October 6, 1855
  3. The Bristol Mercury, Saturday, October 13, 1855