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Nanson and Co

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1794 Company in existence at this date - see 1819 entry.

1819 Report of an accident when an employee of Nanson and Co, Brewers was killed. he had been there upwards of 25 years.[1]

1825 '...the Partnership lately carried on by us the undersigned, Edward Nanson, William Holiay, and Thomas Newbould, and Francis Rookby Appleby and John Hingham (as the Executors of the late Thomas Appleby, deceased), at Sheffield, in the County of York, as Common-Brewers and Maltsters, under the firm of Nanson and Company, was and stands dissolved on and from the 1st of January last by mutual consent; and that in future the said trade or business will be carried on by the said Edward Nanson....' [2]

1841 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Edward Nanson the elder, Edward Nanson the younger, and John Samuel Nanson, as Common Brewers, at Sheffield, under the firm of Nanson and Co. was this day dissolved, by mutual consent, so far as regards the said Edward Nanson the elder...'[3]

1852 Nanson and Co. ale and porter brewers, 9 Bridge street, and maltsters, 46 Effingham street. Nanson Edward, brewer, &c.; house: Endcliffe crescent. Nanson John Samuel, brewer, &c.; house: Darfield, Occupation road [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Sheffield Independent - Saturday 11 December 1819
  2. Gazette Issue 18145 published on the 11 June 1825. Page 11 of 24
  3. [1] Gazette Issue 19950 published on the 9 February 1841. Page 8 of 28
  4. 1852 Directory of Sheffield