Company name: Colson & Spark
Dates in business: 1829-1832
Type of business: Silk mercers, linen and woolen drapers
Type of company: Private limited liability company 1829Locations:
In 1792 Mrs Colson, a milliner and widow of the late Mr. Colson, a member of the diplomatic service to King George III, opened a store selling among other things, silk and tea. Her son, Mr John Worthy Colson was brought into the business, and added a linen section. In 1829, he took another partner into the business, becoming Colson and Sparks. It was a short lived partnership which ended in 1832.
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Access points: Retail trade