William Walker, son of James [surgeon of London] was living with Dr Thomas Thompson. James was apprenticed to Thomas Thompson at the beginning of his career. Property in Malmesbury [Hylands?] was left to James, then to be passed to William, in Thompsons will of 1814.
William Walker druggist Chipping Lane
W Walker Chemist Long Street
William Walker Chemist Long Street
John Walker Druggist, employing 1 apprentice Long Street
John Walker Chemist Long Street
John Walker Druggist [Retired] living on Church Street
John Walker Druggist/chemist, appears in Gaol Registers of 1863, he died 1868 Church Street
John Walker was the son of William, a druggist who was living and working in Malmesbury, WIL. He also had the premises in Tetbury as seen in the table above. I am presuming they are the same William.
Walkers shop c.1900
Two containers from Walkers - the stone jar from W Walker, chemist & grocer, Malmesbury, the bottle from John Walker of Tetbury. Images supplied by P.Best.
Benjamin Walker Druggist/chemist Church Street
Benjamin Walker Druggist/chemist died
Mrs Sarah Walker, widow of Benjamin Druggist/chemist
Mrs Sarah Walker, employing chemists manager Henry Fry, from Lacock, WIL; Church Street
Mrs Sarah Walker Druggist/chemist Church Street
Benjamin Walker was the son of Ebenezer Walker, a member of Royal college of Surgeons and came from Wakefield. He served an apprenticeship in Sheffield, YKS and by 1881 was living on The Chipping and working as a chemist.
An advert for Walkers and a label from one of their preparations.
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