[Bell Historians] Warners

Neil Skelton neil.tcct at MNUx8rSE-Vx9N3Cppd5pivi3qZwKM6EvBOPXEeThVhnT3haFRhg6CNAA-IB9PH0CnBClajJKBH6kaW5f.yahoo.invalid
Fri Nov 9 16:45:16 GMT 2007

Dennis. You asked me this question outside St Lawrence Jewry - Jewin Crescent, Cripplegate. What I didn't say was that later the foundry moved to Spelman Street, Spitalfields. I think that they kept the Jewin Crescent address as the registered office.  Their Telegraphic address was "Big Ben, London', and that was in their catalogue for 1900 - well after the Big Ben debacle!

That's a quick answer but doubtless others will want to say more?

Neil Skelton.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Dennis Powney 
  To: Historians Bell 
  Sent: Friday, November 09, 2007 3:54 PM
  Subject: [Bell Historians] Warners

  I was asking around at the C.Y. dinner last week, but no one I spoke to knew where John Warner's London foundry was situated.  A Google search on his name came up with nothing.  Someone must know?
  Dennis Powney.

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