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George Hazeldine

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1856 Dissolution of the Partnership between George Hazeldine and Thomas Charles Matts, in the trades or businesses of Coach, Van, Omnibus, Carriage, and Waggon Manufacturers and Contractors, carried on at Lant-street, Southwark, in the county of Surrey, and elsewhere, under the name, style, or firm of Hazeldine and Matts, as and from the 31st day of December 1856; the businesses would be carried on by George Hazeldine alone[1]

1857 Patent to George Hazeldine, of Lant-street, Southwark, in the county of Surrey, Coach Maker, in respect of the invention of "improvements in carriages requiring poles' between the horses or draughtanimals."[2]

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  1. London Gazette 20 Feb 1857
  2. London Gazette 10 Feb 1857