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Charles Ellis and Sons

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See Charles Ellis and his son John Devonshire Ellis‎

1866 Advert. Charles Ellis and Sons, Constitution Hill, Birmingham

1873 Advert. 'To be Disposed of, an old-established Manufacturing Business, in London, in the Silver and Electro-Plate Trade, having a first-class connection with the best West End houses. To a young man wishing to commence business with a small capital, this affords an excellent opportunity, the stock being low. The present proprietor is retiring on account of ill-health.- Apply (in the first instance), by letter only, to Charles Ellis and Sons, 20 Constitution Hill, Birmingham.'[1]

1883 Mention of Charles Ellis and Sons, Rolling Mills in King's Norton.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Birmingham Daily Post - Friday 21 February 1873
  2. Birmingham Daily Post - Thursday 07 June 1883