Spiegelhalter entries in the London Gazette
The London Gazette, August 13th 1879 (move from Mount Place to Mile End Road)
NOTICE is hereby given that the Partnership which has for some time past been carried on by us the undersigned Otto Spiegelhalter, Ludwig Fehrenbach, Albert Spiegelhalter, and Emil Spiegelhalter, as Watch and Clock Makers and Jewellers at No. 6, Mount-place, Whitechapel, in the county of Middlesex, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business at No. 6, Mount-place Whitechapel, will for the future be carried on by us the said Albert Spiegelhalter and Emil Spiegelhalter as partners. Messrs Otto Spiegelhalter and Ludwig Fehrenbach will commence business on their own account as partners at No. 75, Mile End Road.—Dated this 11th day of August, 1879.
Otto Spiegelhalter. Albert Spiegelhalter. Ludwig Fehrenbach. Emil Spiegelhalter.
The London Gazette, March 4, 1881 (withdrawal of Albert Spiegelhalter)
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership formerly existing between Albert Spiegelhalter, Emil Spiegelhalter, and Charles Spiegelhalter, carrying on business together as Watch and Clock Makers and Jewellers, at No. 6 Mount place, Whitechapel, in the county of Middlesex, under the style of G. Spiegelhalter and Co., has been dissolved, by mutual consent, from the date hereof. All debts owing from or to the late firm will be discharged or resolved by the said Emil Spiegelhalter and Charles Spiegelhalter, who for the future will carry an the business under the style or firm of G. Spiegelhalter and Co.—Dated this 1st day of March, 1881.
Albert Spiegelhalter. Emil Spiegelhalter. Charles Spiegelhalter.
The London Gazette, May 28th 1886 (retirement of Ludwig Fehrenbach)
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Partnership which has for some time past been carried on by us the undersigned Otto Spiegelhalter and Ludwig Fehrenbach, both of No. 75, Mile End Road in the county of Middlesex, Watch and Clock Makers and Jewellers, under the style or firm of O. Spiegelhalter and Co. has this day been dissolved, by mutual consent, so far as the said Ludwig Fehrenbach is concerned, he retiring from the said partnership business. The said business will as from the date hereof be carried on by the said Otto Spiegelhalter alone, under the style or firm of O. Spiegelhalter and Co., on the promises aforesaid. All debts due to and owing by the said firm will be received and paid by the said Otto Spiegelhalter.—Dated 20th May, 1886.
Ludwig Fehrenbach. Otto Spiegelhalter.
The London Gazette, June 20th 1919 (change from Spiegelhalter to Salter)
EDWARD OTTO SALTER, Jeweller, EMIL, LOUIS SALTER, Jeweller, LOUISA CLARA SALTER, Spinster, LEO SALTER, Jeweller, GEORGE BLASINS SALTER Jeweller, and BERTHA ELIZABETH SALTER Spinster, all of 81, Mile end-road, in the county of London, natural born British subjects, heretofore called and known by the names of Edward Otto Spiegelhalter, Emil Louis Spiegelhalter, Louisa Clara Spiegelhalter, Leo Spiegelhalter, George Blasins Spiegelhalter and Bertha Elizabeth Spiegelhalter respectively, do hereby give public notice, that on the 13th day of June 1919 we did, for and on behalf of ourselves and our heirs, lawfully begotten, formally and utterly renounce, relinquish and abandon the use of our surname of Spiegelhalter, and then assumed and adopted and determined thenceforth, in all records, deeds, documents and other writings, and in all actions, suits and proceedings. as well as in all dealings and transactions, to use and subscribe the name of Salter instead of the said name of Spiegelhalter, and so that we and our heirs lawfully begotten might at all times thereafter be called, known. and distinguished by the said name of Salter only; and we give further notice. that by six several deeds poll, bearing date on the said 13th day of June. 1919, respectively duly executed and attested, and acknowledged and enrolled in the Central Office of the Supreme Court of Judicature on the 18th day of June. 1919, we formally and utterly renounced, relinquished and abandoned the said surname of Spiegelhalter, and declared that we had assumed, adopted, determined and intended forthwith upon all occasions whatsoever and subscribe ourselves by the name Salter.—Dated 20th June, 1919.
Edward Otto Salter Emil Louis Salter Louisa Clara Salter Leo Salter George Blasins Salter Bertha Elizabeth Salter