1. William Thomas of Amlwch, shipbuilder.
2. William Thomas, the younger of Amlwch, son of 1
3. Lewis Thomas of Amlwch, son of 1
DEED OF PARTNERSHIP in the business of William Thomas and Sons, shipbuilder, sail maker, ship chandler, timber merchant, ironmonger, dealer in paints, oils and building materials. William Thomas the elder will hold the shipbuilding yards and other buildings and receive a rent of £75 p.a. The buildings and yard and stock in trade, plant, fixtures and machinery which are scheduled and valued at £4000 and the ships and boats in construction and the contracts and book debts are deemed to be the capital and become partnership property. Agreements include keeping the buildings in good repair and repairing and renewing stock, all to the value of £4000; that William Thomas be the only signature to cheques etc.; the use of partnership capital for debts; an annual sum for the partners; conditions of employment and contracts; no unauthorised journey or voyage; account keeping; payment of debt; holding of shares; death of a partner; termination of the partnership.
MEMORANDUM: (14 October 1893) Legacy and Succession Duty Office, Somerset House, London, that the following the decease of William Thomas a note of the Deed of Partnership had been made.