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Groves and Whitnall

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Groves and Whitnall, brewers, of Regent Road, Salford

1868 Company established.

1891 Partnership change. '...the Partnership lately subsisting between William Grimble Groves, Arthur William Whitnall, and James Grimble Groves, carrying on business as Brewers, at the Regent-road Brewery, Regent-road, Salford, under the style or firm of Groves and Whitnall, was dissolved by the death of the said Arthur William Whitnall, as from the 20th day of February, 1890. All debts due to or owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said William Grimble Groves and James Grimble Groves, who will continue the said business in copartnership under the same style or firm of Groves and Whitnall...'[1]

1961 Acquired by Greenall, Whitley and Co.

1971 Business closed.

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