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Alexander Grumbridge

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of Salford and Manchester

1824 Partnership dissolved between John and William Dorning and Alexander Grumbridge of Manchester, Iron founders and ironmongers [1]

1825 Listed as 'Iron founders &c.', 16 Gore Street, Salford [2]

1828 Address: Gore Street, Salford [3]

1843 Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between Joseph Haley and Alexander Grumbridge of Manchester, Engineers and Machinists, and also Manufacturers [4]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. [1] The Law Advertiser, 1824, p.284
  2. [2] History, directory, and gazetteer, of the county palatine of Lancaster, Volume II, 1825
  3. 1828-29 Pigot's Directory: Manchester
  4. [3] The London Gazette, p.3099