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J. B. Fenby and Co

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Camp Furniture Manufacturers, Carvers and Engravers, and General Workers in Wood and Metal, of Birmingham

1878 Dissolution of the Partnership between Thomas Ferdinand Walker and Joseph Beverley Fenby, at Andover street, Fazeley street, and Victoria-buildings, Albert-street, Birmingham, as Wood Carvers and Camp Eurniture Manufacturers. The business of the late firm was continued by Joseph Beverley Fenby and another, under the style or firm of J. B. Fenby and Co.[1]

1879 The firm was a partnership of Joseph Beverley Fenby of Sutton Coldfield and Sydney Harris of Belgrave-road, Birmingham; it was put into bankruptcy[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 10 Jan 1879
  2. London Gazette 21 Nov 1879