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Henry Mulliner

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of Chapel St, Leamington

1856 The partnership of Henry Mulliner and Robert Bouverie Mulliner, coach makers of Leamington, was dissolved; Henry assumed responsibility for the debts[1]

1871 Harry/Henry Mulliner, carriage builder, employed 42 men and 17 boys.

1867 Exhibited carriage at the Paris Exhibition[2] and a cottage range[3]

1869 Patent for improved method of hanging broughams[4]

1888 Company wound-up; Herbert H. Mulliner was chairman[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette Issue 17 June 1856
  2. London Gazette 20 November 1866
  3. London Gazette 1 February 1867
  4. London Gazette 26 February 1869
  5. London Gazette 2 March 1888