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Thomas Pemberton and Sons

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Thomas Pemberton and Sons, of Livery St, Birmingham, brassfounders

1873 Thomas Pemberton died; the business was continued by his executors[1]

1884 Partnership change. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, John Pemberton Turner, Henry Stedall, Thomas Edgar Pemberton, Samuel Jones, and George Arthur Pemberton, carrying on business as Brass Founders, at Livery-street, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, under the style or firm of Thomas Pemberton and Sons, was, on the 31st day of December, 1883, dissolved by effluxion of time. All debts and sums of money due and owing to and from the late firm will be received and paid by the said John Pemberton Turner, Henry Stedall, and Thomas Edgar Pemberton, who will continue to carry on the said business under the style or firm aforesaid...'[2][3]

1889 Patent to Phinehas (sic) E. Ayton, for casement and other stays[4]

1891 Thomas Edgar Pemberton and Phineas Ayton continued the business

1894 Acquired by Archibald Kenrick and Sons

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Birmingham Daily Post, July 27, 1891
  2. The London Gazette Publication date:11 January 1884 Issue:25307 Page:209
  3. Birmingham Daily Post (Birmingham, England), Saturday, January 12, 1884
  4. Birmingham Daily Post, April 5, 1889