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Livesey and Henderson

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Consulting Engineers.

c.1910 known as Livesey, Son and Henderson

1912 The company name seems to have been changed to Livesey and Henderson (although the old name continued to be used). Philip Henderson became a partner in the firm.

1923 Neil Brodie Henderson joined the firm as a pupil

1932 April: Sir Fernando Harry Whitehead Livesey, G.B.E. left the partnership under the style or firm of LIVESEY, SON & HENDERSON, at 14, South Place, in the city of London; it was continued by Sir Brodie Haldane Henderson, K.C.M.G., C.B., the Hon. Philip Henderson and Neil Brodie Henderson, as Chartered Civil Engineers[1]

1936 After the death of Sir Brodie Henderson, his nephew Philip Henderson became senior partner.

1940 Dissolution of the Partnership between Neil Brodie Henderson and John Duncan Campbell Couper carrying on business as Civil Engineers under the style or firm of LIVESEY & HENDERSON. Neil Brodie Henderson and John Duncan Campbell Couper will continue the said business in partnership with Andrew Brodie Henderson under the style of Livesey & Henderson[2]

1953 John Duncan Campbell Couper left the Partnership which was continued by Neil Brodie Henderson and Andrew Brodie Henderson

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 5 April 1932
  2. London Gazette 16 April 1940