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Heard, Seager and Stevens

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1868 Plan for new implement works in the Shilhay but some concerns from Mr. Thomas's melting house.[1]

1869 NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership hitherto subsisting between us the undersigned, John Heard, Robert Seager, and John Stevens, under the style or firm of Heard, Seager, and Stevens, as Iron and Brass Founders and Machine and Implement Makers, the principal place of business whereof was at the Shilhay, in or near to the city of Exeter, and which partnership concern was designated The Albert Iron and Brass Foundry, hath this day been dissolved by mutual consent.— As witness our hands this 15th day of March, 1869. John Heard. Robt. Seager. John Stevens. [2]


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Sources of Information

  1. Western Times - Friday 08 May 1868
  2. London Gazette, March 23rd 1869