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[[File:Church St brewery sold to Nailsworth Jan 1892.JPG|thumb|Courtesy Roy Denison]]
 
<big>'''Holmes, Harper & Neame,''''' 17 Church Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire.''</big>
 
<big>'''Holmes, Harper & Neame,''''' 17 Church Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire.''</big>
  
Recorded in 1892.
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In 1830 the Sims family dissolved their partnership at the Stroudwater Brewery in Church Street and also at Redbrook.
 
 
Partnership dissolved and business continued by Alan Neame as the Eagle Brewery at Bowbridge.
 
 
 
Acquired by the [[Nailsworth Brewery Co. Ltd]]. 1897.
 
  
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Partnership dissolved here and at Henley and business continued by [[Alan Neame]] at Bowbridge.
  
 
{{Trade Mark |regno = 172,625|desc=Label design|date=18/4/1893|seventy=NO}}
 
{{Trade Mark |regno = 172,625|desc=Label design|date=18/4/1893|seventy=NO}}
 
[[category:Gloucestershire]]
 
[[category:Gloucestershire]]

Latest revision as of 09:08, 2 May 2020

Holmes Neame Stroud.jpg
Courtesy Roy Denison

Holmes, Harper & Neame, 17 Church Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire.

In 1830 the Sims family dissolved their partnership at the Stroudwater Brewery in Church Street and also at Redbrook.

Partnership dissolved here and at Henley and business continued by Alan Neame at Bowbridge.

Entry in the Trade Mark Registry

Registration No : 172,625
Description : Label design
Date of Application : 18/4/1893
Used Prior to 1875? : NO