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F. Green and Co

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Company formed by R. and H. Green and Co as shipbrokers

1858 Agents for the Blackwall Line of Packets for Sydney direct.[1]

1870 Frederick Green the elder and William Toller left the Partnership with Frederick Green the younger, and Adam Stuart Kettelwell, under the style or firm of F. Green and Co., as Ship and Insurance Brokers, at No. 140, Leadenhall-street, in the city of London[2]

Later the partners were Frederick Green, Junior, Thomas Lane Devitt and Charles Ernest Green

1879 Formed an alliance with Anderson, Anderson and Co.

Managers of the Orient Line

1919 Merged with Anderson, Anderson and Co to become Anderson, Green and Co

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Wednesday, May 19, 1858
  2. London Gazette 3 Jan 1871
  • The Times, Saturday, Feb 19, 1927