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William Fox (of London)

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of 56 Compton Street, Clerkenwell, London (1841, 1851)

of Brixton Hill, Brixton, London SW (1870)


1824 Business established (see advert under Brotherhood and Hardingham)

1832 A Commission of Bankrupt had been awarded against William Fox, of Compton-Street, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, Millwright and Engineer, Dealer and Chapman[1]

At some point the business was taken on by G. D. Kittoe although the Fox name continued to be advertised until 1870.

1860s The business of Kittoe and Jackson was at this address until the end of 1866.

1867 Peter Brotherhood became a partner in the engineering works at Compton Street, Goswell Road, London with G. D. Kittoe as Kittoe and Brotherhood

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 17 Jan 1832