1925/6: site acquired by Herbert Ison.
The business was called ‘Henison Granaries’ the ‘Hen’ part signifying their large trade in poultry food. ‘Henison’ was the name of ‘the complete laying meal’, their own brand of poultry feed. They traded as H. F. & E. Ison, the H being Herbert, the F being Frederick and Frank and the E being Ernest.
Herbert Frederick Ison, corn merchants, Henison granaries
H F Ison, corn merchants
For more information on the Ison family see:
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