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J. C. and J. S. Ellis

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Iron founders and ironmongers of Sheffield

Heating engineers, London

See James Ellis

1858 Mentioned. Messrs. Ellis, of the Norfolk foundry.[1]

1859 Advertisement. 'J. and C. Ellis, Norfolk Foundry, Doctor's Fields, Sheffield.'[2]

1868 Mentioned. J. C. and J. S. Ellis, Norfolk Foundry.[3]

1884 Dissolution of the partnership between Elizabeth Ann Easterbrook and Charles Fisher, as Ironfounders and Ironmongers, at the Norfolk Foundry and Pinstone-street, both in Sheffield, under the style or firm of J. C. and J. S. Ellis, by mutual consent[4]

1887 Dissolution of the partnership between Elizabeth Ann Easterbrook and George Clement Nowill, as Ironfounders and Ironmongers, at the Norfolk Foundry and Pinstone-street, both in Sheffield, under the style or firm of J. C. and J. S. Ellis; the business was carried on by George Clement Nowill[5]

1899 Absorbed by Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co


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Sources of Information

  1. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Tuesday 07 September 1858
  2. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Tuesday 14 June 1859
  3. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Monday 22 June 1868
  4. The London Gazette 6 January 1885
  5. The London Gazette 1 July 1887