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Clark, Forde, Taylor and Erskine-Murray

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1913 James Robert Erskine-Murray became a partner in Clark, Forde, and Taylor and the firm adopted the above name.

1918 Dissolution of the Partnership between Joseph Arthur Lovel Dearlove and James Erskine-Murray, carrying on business as Civil and Electrical Engineers, at 4, Great Winchester-street, in the city of London, under the style or firm of CLARK, FORDE, TAYLOR AND ERSKINE-MURRAY. Debts settled by the Joseph Arthur Lovel Dearlove, who continued the business under the former style of Clark, Forde and Taylor.[1]

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  1. London Gazette 5 April 1918