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Walker, Coulson and Hall

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1848 Continuation of the partnership known as Walker and Co when William Robson left the partnership.

1853 Dissolution of the Partnership between George Walker, Samuel Coulson, and Henry Hall, carrying on business at Sheffield, in the county of York, as ElectroPlaters and Gilders, under the style or firm of Walker, Coulson, and Hall. All debts due to and owing will be received and paid by George Walker and Henry Hall, who will in future carry on the said businesses on their own account.[1].

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 30 August, 1853