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George Robert Bray Thomas Brown William Alfred Creak
Creak & Colby Stephen Geagen Frederick Satchell
Gilbert White William Wright  
     

George Robert Bray

Paper Label Chemist Bottle From George Bray    
 
George Robert Bray took over the exisiting business of George Percival Robert A.P.S. He is first listed in 1904 and last listed as a chemist in 1908.
 

Thomas Brown

Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "T. Brown Burnham" Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "Brown Burnham"
Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "T. Brown & ????? Burnham" Partnership Dissolved Between Thomas Brown & Wilton Rix
Partnership Dissolved Between Thomas Brown & William Creak    
 
In 1822 Thomas Brown is listed as an Ironmonger. In 1830 he was listed as a Wine and Spirit merchant, Brass and Iron founder & Ironmonger. By 1836 he was in partnership with Wilton Parker Rix. There partnership between Brown and Rix was dissolved in 1841. When William Alfred Creak joined up with Thomas Brown as Ironmongers and Spirit merchants. In 1847 Brown left the business to leave William Alfred Creak in control.
 

William Alfred Creak & Joseph Colby

Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "Creak & Colby Burnham" Saltglazed Flagon Impressed "Creak & Colby Burnham"
Two Tone Flagon Impressed "Creak & Colby Burnham" Two Tome Flagon Impressed "W.A. Creak Burnham"
Partnership Dissolved Between Joseph Colby & William Creak Creak & Colby Billhead
Bankruptcy Notice For William Creak Partnership Dissolved Between Thomas Brown & William Creak
 
William Alfred Creak is listed in 1830 until 1839 as a Blacksmith. By 1844 William Alfred Creak joined up with Thomas Brown as Ironmongers and Spirit merchants. In 1847 Brown left the business to leave William Alfred Creak in control. by 1850 William Creak was joined by Joseph Colby as a wine and spirit merchant and ironmonger. The partnership carried on until 1875 when Colby left the business. In 1879 Frederick Satchell takes over from William Alfred Creak.
 

Stephen Geagen

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "S. Geagen Hoste Arms Hotel Burnham" Two Tone Slab Sealed Flagon Impressed "S. Geagen Hoste Arms Hotel Burnham Market"
 
Stephen Geagen was listed in the "Hoste Arms" at Burnham Market between 1879 and 1890. He was also listed as Coal and Coke Merchant for G.E.R. and farmer at Crow Hall Farm from 1879 until 1912.
 

Frederick Satchell

Two Tone Flagon Impressed "F. Satchell Spirit Merchant Burnham Market" Two Tone Flagon Impressed "F. Satchell Spirit Merchant Burnham"
 
Frederick Satchell took over the Wine and Spirit and Ironmongery business of William Alfred Creak in 1879 and was listed as a wine and spirit merchant and ironmonger until 1922 when Mrs. F. Satchell is listed. By 1925 it had become Satchells Ltd. The company is still in business today. For more information click here.
 

Gilbert White

Chemist Bottle Embossed "Gilbert White Pharmacist Burnham Market" Trio of Gilbert White Paper Labelled Bottles
Chemist Bottle Embossed "G. White Burnham Mt" Pair of Gilbert White Paper Labelled Bottles
 
Gilbert White is listed as a Chemist & Druggist and Dealer in Photographic Materials, Tobacco and Cigarettes from 1912 until 1933.
 

William Wright

Stoneware Veterinary Bottle Impressed "Oils For Sprains W. Wright VS Burnham" Stoneware Veterinary Bottle Impressed "W. Wright VS Burnham"
This Might Not Be From W. Wright But Is Exactly The Same Shape And Size As The White One Shown.    
 
William Wright is listed as a Veterinary from 1836 until 1854. In 1854 William and James Wright are listed as Veterinary Surgeons. From 1858 until 1865 James Wright was listed at Burnham Overy and from 1868 until 1888 at Burnham Market.
 

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