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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
1864 Patent application by Edward Myers, of Millbank-row, Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, Civil Engineer, and Thomas Guy Progers, of Cambridge-street, Pimlico, in the county of Middlesex, Manager to Mr. Thomas Edge, Gas Meter Manufacturer, Westminster, in respect of the invention of " improvements in wet gas meters.
1867 A Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy was filed the 18th day of December, 1860, against Thomas Edge, of No. 59, Great Peter-street, and No. 39, Vincent-square, both in Westminster, in the county of Middlesex, Gas Meter Manufacturer