Difference between revisions of "Jones & Co (Bromley)"

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Established c.1840 by William and Thomas Davis and trading as the Bromley Steam Brewery Company by 1870.  
 
Established c.1840 by William and Thomas Davis and trading as the Bromley Steam Brewery Company by 1870.  
  
William Pawley kept the White Hart at Bromley for many years and also built the brewery there. Chamen and Jennings, late William Pawley jnr, Steam Brewery, Bromley Common, advertised in 1871. Pawley died in 1889. Acquired by Jones & Spreckley before 1882.  
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William Pawley kept the White Hart at Bromley for many years and also built the brewery there.  
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Chamen and Jennings, late William Pawley jnr, Steam Brewery, Bromley Common, advertised in 1871.  
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Pawley died in 1889.  
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Acquired by Jones & Spreckley before 1882.  
  
 
Acquired by [[Whitbread & Co. Ltd]]. 31st October 1901.
 
Acquired by [[Whitbread & Co. Ltd]]. 31st October 1901.
 
[[Category:Greater London]]
 
[[Category:Greater London]]

Latest revision as of 20:12, 23 May 2020

Jones & Co, Steam Brewery, Brewery Road, Bromley Common, Bromley, Greater London

Established c.1840 by William and Thomas Davis and trading as the Bromley Steam Brewery Company by 1870.

William Pawley kept the White Hart at Bromley for many years and also built the brewery there.

Chamen and Jennings, late William Pawley jnr, Steam Brewery, Bromley Common, advertised in 1871.

Pawley died in 1889.

Acquired by Jones & Spreckley before 1882.

Acquired by Whitbread & Co. Ltd. 31st October 1901.