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Edward Vaughton

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1882 Edward Vaughton, jeweller and manufacturer of rings, 4 Warstone Lane[1]

1904 Edward Vaughton, goldsmith and jeweller, of 88 Vyse St (formerly of Warstone Lane)[2]

1916 the Partnership of Philip Gilbert Vaughton, Edward Vaughton and Herbert William Lyde, as Trustees of the will of the late Edward Vaughton, deceased, under the style of E. VAUGHTON, at 88, Vyse-street, in the city of Birmingham, in the trade or business of Manufacturing Jewellers, was dissolved by mutual consent as from the thirtieth day of June 1916. The said Philip Gilbert Vaughton carried on the business on his own account at 88, Vyse-street[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1882 Kelly's
  2. 1904 Kelly's
  3. London Gazette, 29 August 1916