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Henry Blacklock and Co

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of Manchester

1871 Henry Blacklock, of Park House, Didsbury, who carried on business at Albert square, in the city of Manchester, and at Allen-street, Clerkenwell, in the county of Middlesex, under the style of Bradshaw and Blacklock, and afterwards of Henry Blacklock and Co., Printer and Publisher, died on or about the 19th day of August, 1871[1]

1885 Dissolution of the Partnership between Ellen Blacklock, George McCorquodale, and Henry Fairbrother, at Albert-square, in the city of Manchester, under the style of Henry Blacklock and Co., as Printers and Publishers. All debts due to and from the late firm will be received and paid by Charles William Blacklock, to whom the said business has been transferred, and who will continue the same under the style of Henry Blacklock and Co.[2]

1911 Printers for the Railways.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 2 March 1883
  2. London Gazette 1 May 1885
  3. Bradshaw’s Railway Manual 1911