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Peach and Son

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formerly Falconer and Peach

1850 Mentioned. George Peach, Union Foundry, Derby.[1]

1851 'Peach and Son, Union Foundry, City Road, Derby.'[2]

1851 Employing 42 men.[3]

1853 'George Peach, Union Foundry, Derby.'[4]

1854 'W. Peach and Son, Union Foundry, Derby.'[5]

1858 Business transferred. 'THE UNION FOUNDRY, CITY ROAD, DERBY. MESSRS. WILLIAM PEACH and SON beg to express their grateful sense of the favour conferred upon them during the whole time of their carrying on Business at the above-mentioned Foundry, and at the same time to inform their Friends and The Public that they have, as from the 1st day of January instant, DISPOSED of the PREMISES and BUSINESS to Messrs. FOX, BROTHERS, whom they can confidentially recommend as their Successors.'[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Derby Mercury - Wednesday 09 October 1850
  2. Derby Mercury - Wednesday 07 May 1851
  3. 1951 Census
  4. Derby Mercury - Wednesday 05 October 1853
  5. Derby Mercury - Wednesday 22 February 1854
  6. Derby Mercury - Wednesday 27 January 1858