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Guest Brothers and Co

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1869.

Guest Brothers and Co of Victoria Foundry, Westbromwich, Near Birmingham.

1854. Company established.

1876 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership lately subsisting between the undersigned, Emma Guest (widow of Edward Guest, deceased), Josiah Guest, and William Silvester, under the style or firm of Guest, Brother, and Co., in the business of Ironfounders, at the Victoria Iron Foundry, Westbromwich, in the county of Stafford, was, on the 24th day of June, 1876, duly dissolved so far as regards the said Emma Guest, who retires. The business will, as from the above date, be carried on by the said Josiah Guest and William Silvester, under the style or firm of Guest and Silvester...'[1]


Subsequently Guest and Silvester and Josiah Guest

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