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John Thomas Harris

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1874 William Temple Hughes left the Partnership with Ernest Wentworth Buller and John Thomas Harris, carrying on the business of Manufacturers of Earthenware and Brassfoundery, and articles connected therewith, at Joiner's square, Hanley, in the county of Stafford, and also at Birmingham, and at their Agencies in London and Glasgow, and elsewhere, under the style or firm of Buller and Co.; the business was carried on by Ernest Wentworth Buller and John Thomas Harris, on their own account, under the same style or firm.[1]

1883 Ernest Wentworth Buller and John Thomas Harris formed a partnership as potters, metal works and contractors at Hanley, Birmingham and London[2]

1885 Agreed with Howard Cochrane Jobson to form a new company, Buller, Jobson and Co to acquire the existing company and Jobson Bros which was carrying on a similar line of business.


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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 23 March 1875
  2. The Engineer 1931/06/12