James Blyth

Partnership Role

Blyth and Greene
Senior partner

East India merchant (Colonial - East Indies)

No notes


Augustus Muir, Blyth, Greene, Jourdain and Company Limited (London: Newman Neame, 1961).

Firm Notes

  1. Henry David Blyth (1798-1864), probably son of Thomas Blyth (d. 1839), of Gloucester Place and then 7 Hamilton Place and 15 Philpot Lane, merchant and shipowner of H.D. Blyth & James & Greene of 9 Austin Friars [1848], acquired c.1860 the Sun Iron Works with Alfred Blyth, which then traded as J.A. Blyth of Limehouse, engineers, shiprepairers and boilermakers, died 9/12/1864 leaving £400,000.    

Firm Sources

  1. Rubinstein 1865/18