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John and Henry Lee

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John and Henry Lee, builders and contractors, of Chiswell Street, Finsbury

Subsequently became Henry Lee and Sons with Mr. Henry Lee, Senior, as senior partner of the firm.

After Henry Senior's death, his two sons, Henry ( -1867) and John, took over the running of the firm

1847 Dissolution of the Partnership between Henry Lee and John Lee, of Chiswell-street, in the county of Middlesex, Builders, and of Upper Claptou, in the same county, Brick Makers.All debts due to and from the late partnership received and paid by the said Henry Lee.[1]

1848 on the retirement of his uncle, Mr. John Lee, Henry Junior, was taken into partnership with his father, the firm then being known as Henry Lee and Son.

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 7 January 1848