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Frederick Wiggin and Co

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of Chalford, near Stroud, Glos.

1849 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Robert Alexander Cochrane, Charles Jackson, Frederick Wiggin. Basil Edward Arthur Cochrane, Augustus Wiggin, John Burrell, and William Green, carrying on business as Papermakers, at Saint Mary's Mills, in Chalford, in the county of Gloucester, under the firm of Frederick Wiggin and Co. was, on the 12th day of September instant, duly dissolved by mutual consent ; and that all debts due to and owing by the said late partnership will be received and paid by the undersigned, Augustus Wiggin, of Stroud, in the said county of Gloucester, who is authorized to wind up the affairs of the said late copartnership. ..'[1]


1849 Sale Notice: 'PAPER MILL, GLOUCESTERSHIRE.
TO BE SOLD, the whole of the Valuable Modern MACHINERY and FITTINGS, in complete and perfect working order, situated at Chalford, near Stroud, the property of the late firm of Frederick Wiggin and Co. and now to be disposed of in consequence of the dissolution of their copartnership, consisting of the requisite machinery for the manufacture of 17 tons per week of straw and other papers, also for the manufacture of paste boards, loom cards, &c.- The mill is situated within half a mile of a railway station, and close to the canal, both communicating with all parts of the United Kingdom.- For terms and all further particulars, apply to A. WIGGIN, Esq. Stroud.'[2]

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