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Richardson, Weatherhogg and Co

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1867 Bankrupt. 'Thomas Martinson Richardson, of Hibaldstow, in the county of Lincoln, Farmer, and of Kirton-in-Lindsey, in the county of Lincoln, Engineer and Ironfounder, trading there in partnership with George Borman Skipworth, under the style or firm of Richardson, Weatherhogg, and Company, having been adjudged bankrupt...'[1]

1868 Bankrupt. 'George William Weatherhogg, of Kirton-in-Lindsey, in the county of Lincoln, Engineer, lately trading and carrying on business there in copartnership with Thomas Martinson Richardson, under the firm of Richardson, Weatherhogg, and Co., having been adjudged bankrupt...'[2]

Presumably connected with Mr Weatherhogg

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] The London Gazette Publication date:10 December 1867 Issue:23331 Page:680
  2. [2] The London Gazette Publication date:14 January 1868 Issue:23342 Page:19