Records of Grant & Burbey, including a facsimile of the notice of opening of the bank (1887) and a general ledger (1797-1801).
Grant & Burbey Records
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Grant & Burbey opened for business in Portsmouth on 25th October 1787 at 46 High Street. The partnership split in 1818 when Grant took over Godwin's Bank. It was restyled Grant, Gilman & Long. In 1888, it amalgamated with Maddison, Atherley & Co. of Southampton to become Grant & Maddison's Union Banking Company.The other half of the partnership went on to become Burbey, Loe & Co., and failed in 1841.
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