Anthony Browne

Partnership Role

Bowles, Beachcroft, Browne, Reeves and Collins
Senior partner

Banker (Banking)

No notes

Firm Notes

[NB: throughout, Brown should be Browne (Anthony Browne)]

1796-1800: banking firm of Messrs. Bowles, Beachcroft, Brown, Reeves and Collins [q.v.]

1800: dissolution of the partnership: Beachcroft and Reeves reĀ­tired and joined partnership with Mr. Samuel Bosanquet, who left the firm of Messrs. Foster, Lubbock and Co. in the same year.

1801: Messrs. Bowles, Brown [Browne], Ogden, Cobb and Stokes at 67, Lombard Street

1802: another dissolution: Bowles and Ogden left the firm to start a fresh concern: Messrs. Bowles, Brickwood, Ogden and Wyndham at 11, Lombard Street. (In 1808 this became Messrs. Brickwood, Morgan and Starkey, who ceased to exist after 1810.)

Browne, Cobb and Stokes continued the business in the same premises, i.e., 67, Lombard Street, and afterwards in No. 66, until 1816; after which date they cannot be further traced.

See also Bosanquet Anderdon & Co

Firm Sources

Frederick George Hilton Price, Handbook of London Bankers: with some account of their predecessors the early goldsmiths ([1870]; repr., New York, Burt Franklin, 1970), p. 20