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    had membership of the Liverpool Society. C.F. Finney, assumed to be the son, was certainly a member in May 1880; he became a founder member of the ICAEW whereas J. Finney did not. Both C.F. and J. Finney are listed in the alphabetical sections of the 1872 and 1873 volumes of Gore’s Directory, but only C.F. Finney appears in the 1874 and subsequent editions. It may be concluded that J. Finney was no longer in practice by then, having either retired or died, and was not a member of the Liverpool Society in May 1880.
DAVID GIBSON
The other half of Gibson & Bolland, 10 South John Street, Liverpool
WILLIAM MATHISON
Mathison retired from practice in 1880, over the years his firm grew
and is now still a local independent firm in Liverpool called Langtons.
PETER BROOKSHAW MCQUIE
Peter Brookshaw McQuie of Albert Buildings https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/ issue/23989/page/2901/data.pdf
R W MCCARTHER
Nothing has been found about R W McCarther
EDWARD MOUNSEY
A leading accountant of his day, with a long line of relations in the accounting sector. Edward Mounsey’s great grandson Jonathan Mounsey has played a strong part in the Society in modern times.
THOMAS WILLIAM READ
Thomas William Read of 30 Castle Street was
a prominent member of the Incorporated Society of Liverpool Accountants and its Secretary in 1872-3. He played an active role in the formation of the ICAEW and was a member of its first Council. His original firm transformed over many years to what became Touche Ross and now Deloitte.
E ROBERTS
Nothing has been found about E Roberts
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
https://www.icaew.com/-/media/corporate/ files/library/subjects/accounting-history/ accountants-directory-1877/the-accountants- directory-for-1877-list-of-accountants-in- england-arranged-by-location.ashx?la=en
https://www.icaew.com/library/historical- resources/timeline/1853-1880
From our 125th anniversary to our 150th – 1995 to 2020
It was certainly a night to remember 25 years ago, and if you are reading this on the 13th March 2020, we hope that this will also be a night to remember.
Our President then, Jonathan
Mounsey, was an entirely suitable person to lead the Society into its 125th year, and the occasion was marked in fine style as the same venue today.
We hope there will be a good number of
our colleagues and friends with us tonight who graced this venue 25 years ago and we are sure that the photograph below will bring much merriment and fond memories to all concerned.
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