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[[image:Im20110921Work-Edge1.jpg|thumb| 1841. Exhibit at the [[Museum of Bath at Work‎]]. ]]
 
[[image:Im20110921Work-Edge1.jpg|thumb| 1841. Exhibit at the [[Museum of Bath at Work‎]]. ]]
 
[[image:Im20110921Work-Edge2.jpg|thumb| 1841. Exhibit at the [[Museum of Bath at Work‎]]. (Detail) ]]
 
[[image:Im20110921Work-Edge2.jpg|thumb| 1841. Exhibit at the [[Museum of Bath at Work‎]]. (Detail) ]]
Makers of gas meters, of 59 Great Peter St, Westminster
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Maker of gas meters, of 59 Great Peter St, Westminster
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1836 William Callahan, formerly of No. 33, White Hart-Yard, Drury-Lane,  Printseller, sometime  Foreman  to  '''Thomas Edge''', of  Great Peter-Street, Westminster,  Brass-Founder,  then  of
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No. 34, White Hart-Yard, Drury-Lane, Coffee-Shop-Keeper and  Foreman  to  Thomas  Edge  as aforesaid,  then  of Artillery-Place,  Westminster, Foreman to Thomas  Edge  as  aforesaid,
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then  of  No.  100,  Vauxhall  Bridge-Road, in  Copartnership  with Thomas  Carter, as  Brass-Founders and  Gas-Fitters,  and  late of  No. 27,  Little Earl-Street, Seven-Dials, all in  Middlesex, out  of  business or  employ, an  Insolvent Debtor, whose petition, is numbered  39,459, has  caused his account of the  said estate and effects, duly  sworn to, to be  filed  in  the Court for Relief  of  Insolvent Debtors<ref>London Gazette 22 Mar 1836</ref>
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1841. Exhibit at the Museum of Bath at Work‎.
1841. Exhibit at the Museum of Bath at Work‎. (Detail)

Maker of gas meters, of 59 Great Peter St, Westminster

1836 William Callahan, formerly of No. 33, White Hart-Yard, Drury-Lane, Printseller, sometime Foreman to Thomas Edge, of Great Peter-Street, Westminster, Brass-Founder, then of No. 34, White Hart-Yard, Drury-Lane, Coffee-Shop-Keeper and Foreman to Thomas Edge as aforesaid, then of Artillery-Place, Westminster, Foreman to Thomas Edge as aforesaid, then of No. 100, Vauxhall Bridge-Road, in Copartnership with Thomas Carter, as Brass-Founders and Gas-Fitters, and late of No. 27, Little Earl-Street, Seven-Dials, all in Middlesex, out of business or employ, an Insolvent Debtor, whose petition, is numbered 39,459, has caused his account of the said estate and effects, duly sworn to, to be filed in the Court for Relief of Insolvent Debtors[1]


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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 22 Mar 1836