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Wilson, Hawksworth and Moss

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Successor to Wilson, Hawksworth, Moss and Ellison

1849 Dissolution of the Copartnership between John Wilson, late of Sheffield, in the county of York, Merchant and Manufacturer, deceased, and John Wilson Hawksworth, Joshua Moss, and Joseph Ellison, carrying on business as Merchants and Manufacturers, at Sheffield, and in the United States of America, under the firm of Wilson, Hawksworth, Moss, and Ellison, and of Wilson, Hawksworth, and Company, ceased and determined on the 3rd of June last. All debts would be paid by John Wilson Hawksworth. Joshua Moss, and Joseph Ellison.[1]

Joseph Gamble became steel manager with the company

presumably then became Wilson, Hawksworth, Ellison and Co

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette, 23 October 1849