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Richard and Edward Peyton

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1856.

of Bordesley Works, Birmingham

'Late Peyton and Harlow'.

of the Bordesley Works, Birmingham, producers of bicycles as well as brass and iron bedsteads and other metallic furnishings.

See Richard Peyton and Edward Peyton

1841 Patent of Church and Harlow concerning manufacture of joints for metal bedsteads.

1850 Partnership between Richard Peyton and Jonathan Harlow of Bordesley Works, Aston, bedstead manufacturers[1].

1850 Patent to Edward and Henry Peyton of Bordesley for bedstead design[2].

1851 Co-partnership between Richard Peyton, Jonathan Harlow and Edward Peyton, all of Bordesley Works, Aston, bedstead manufacturers[3].

1858 Advert for Richard and Edward Peyton, Manufacturers of Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Bordesley Works, Birmingham, reproduced in The New Illustrated Directory Entitled Men and Things of Modern England, 1858[4].

1862 Peyton and Peyton exhibited at the Great Exhibition.

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Sources of Information

  1. National Archives, papers of Beale and Co., solicitors
  2. National Archives, papers of Beale and Co., solicitors
  3. National Archives, papers of Beale and Co., solicitors
  4. Revolutionary Players: [1]