Pennington and Bridgen
In1859 Nathan Glossop Pennington commenced practice with Thomas Edward Bridgen at Manchester, later opening branch offices at Liverpool and London. The partnership between Nathan Glossop Pennington and Thomas Edward Bridgen FRIBA architects and surveyors of Queen's Chambers Manchester and 8 John-street, Adelphi, London was dissolved by mutual consent on 12 May 1894.
Reference London Gazette 3 July 1894
1861 Pennington & Bridgen. Bank Chambers, Essex Street, Manchester (Slater)
1867 Pennington & Bridgen. Bank Chambers Manchester (M. Guardian 16 Feb 1867)
1868 Essex Chambers, Manchester.
1868 1, Lancaster Place, London WC
1871 Pennington & Bridgen, Essex Chambers, 8 Essex Street, King Street, Manchester
1882 Pennington & Bridgen 34 Southampton Street, Strand (London PO Dir. Pt 3 Trades)
1884 Pennington & Bridgen 8 John Street Adelphi (Morris London Business Dir.)
1888 Queens Chambers John Dalton Street
1891 Pennington & Bridgen. Architects & Surveyors Queens chambers, John Dalton Street
53 Lord Street Liverpool
8, John Street Adelphi, London WC
1893 Pennington & Bridgen Queens chambers, John Dalton Street (MG 24 August 1893)
1894 8, John Street, Adelphi, London WC