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Cherry Kearton Ltd

Primary Address
11 Haymarket
Dewar House
from December 1910 until September 1915

Additional Addresses
38 Lime Street
from September 1909 until December 1909

113,115, 117 Charing Cross Road
from September 1915

Business Detail
Category: Film Services; Kinematograph Apparatus and Accessories Manufacturer or Supplier
Type: Renter, Manufacturer of cameras, Film Sales
Capital: 4,500 in 1 shares (2,000 preference). Capital increased by 4,500 (4500 6% preference shares of 1) by EGM resolution 13 Jan 1913

Originally registered at 38 Lime St.Moved to Dewar House December 1910. Moved to 113-115-117 Charing Cross Road October 1915. Listed in BA 1914 as 115 Charing Cross Road. Company formed while Kearton was in East Africa for the purposes of purchasing the rights to the films and photos taken there for the sum of 3600. Adress in BA 1915 listed as 115 Charing Cross Road (p414). John Chapman resigned as director on 8th February 1911. Bryan Laing resignedon 1st December 1913 and was replaced by Richard Kearton. Frank Herbert Barley was replaced by Harry Barley in April 1910, Frank having gone to Africa. 200 Ordinary and 80 Preference shares were puchased by the Boma Trading Company, 11 Haymarket in March 1914.

Trading Information
Trading Dates: from 30 September 1909.
Start Notes: Reg 30 September 1909
End Notes: Wound up voluntarily by EGM resolution 28th February 1916

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Related People

Frank Herbert Barley (Director)
Harry Edward Barley (Director)
John Chapman (Director)
Cherry Kearton (Director)
Richard Kearton (Director)
Bryan Laing (Director)


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