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Kirby and Barrows

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of Banbury

1861 October. J. E. Kirby takes Thomas Welch Barrows, a Coal Master of Tipton and residing at Handsworth into partnership and to trade as Kirby and Barrows and produce Portable and fixed engines and also other agricultural machines [1]

1863 February 24th. Dissolution of the partnership between Joseph Edward Kirby and Thomas Welch Barrows trading as Kirby and Barrows. [2]

became Barrows and Carmichael

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Jackson's Oxford Journal, Saturday, October 12, 1861
  2. London Gazette February 24th 1863