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John Locke and Co

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1803 Dissolution of the Partnership lately subsisting between John Locke, John Griffiths, and Charles Locke, of America-Square, in the Minories, in the City of London, Lead-Merchants. All debts to be received and paid by John Locke and Charles Locke[1]

1827 The Copartnership carried on by us, as Lead-Merchants, under the firm of John Locke and Co. was dissolved, signed John Locke, George Shepherd (Executor of Charles Locke), George Shepherd[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 26 June 1804
  2. London Gazette 1 January 1828