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Morton and Kinman

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of Biggleswade

1864 Morton and Kinman, Ironmonger, and Founders, Biggleswade.[1]

1879 Advertising as iron and brass founders and ironmongers [2]

1882 'Thomas Kinman, of Biggleswade, in the county of Bedford, Ironmonger, has been appointed Trustee of the property of the bankrupt....Henry Field, of Sandy, in the county of Bedford, Builder and Ironmonger'.[3]

1922 'Oliver Morris....much respected and had worked for Messrs. Morton and Kinman a tinsmith and gas fitter and plumber for a great many years, and remained with Mr. J. E. Fisher, when he purchased the business, after Mr. Thomas Kinman's death'[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Bedfordshire Mercury - Saturday 12 March 1864
  2. Bedfordshire Mercury - Saturday 28 June 1879
  3. The London Gazette Publication date:7 May 1872 Issue:23855 Page:2232
  4. Biggleswade Chronicle - Friday 27 October 1922