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Pollock and Pollock

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January 1880.

of Longclose Works, Newtown, Leeds

1880 Partnership dissolved. '... all Partnership subsisting between Julius Frederick Moore Pollock and Frederic Christopher Wyvill, as Mechanical Engineers and Machine Makers, at Leeds, under the style of Pollock and Pollock, or otherwise, is this day dissolved by mutual consent, the assets and liabilities of the firm being respectively taken and borne by the said Julius Frederick Moore Pollock, who will continue the business on his own account...'[1]

1890 Julius Pollock was still in business under this name at this address[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. [The London Gazette Publication date:8 June 1880 Issue:24853 Page:3391]
  2. I Mech E membership records