Fletcher, James F. (Boston, MA)
James F. Fletcher
Bookbinder And Working Stationer
10 State St.
Massachusetts (1805) 1.
(1805) "James F. Fletcher... Respectfully informs the public, and the friends
and customers of the late Mr. Henry Legge, deceased, (in particular) that he
continues to carry on the above business at his late shop, no 10 State street
and the corner of Congress street."... Advertisement, Democrat, Boston MA.
Feb., 23 1805.
(1805) The Boston City Directory pg. 50. (Not listed in 1803)
(1805) "Copartnership Formed James F. Fletcher, informs his Customers and
the public, That he has formed a connection in Business with Messrs. Francis
Lecain & William Goodwin and that the BLANK-BOOK MANUFACTORY will be continued
in its various branches under the Firm of FlETCHER, LECAIN & CO". Independent
Chronicle, Boston Massachusetts, May 13, 1805
3 (1806) Fletcher & Lecain. Boston City Directory
(1806) "The Co-partnership hitherto subsisting between James F. Fletcher,
Francis Lecain, and William Goodwin under the firm of Fletcher, Lecain & Co.
is ths day, by mutual consent Dissolved. ... James F. Fletcher and Francis
Lecain informs their customers and the public, that they continue the book-
binding Business, in its various branches at No. 10, State-Street" Columbian
Centinel, May, 14, 1805.
(1807) no listing for Fletcher. Francis Lecain, Bookbinder, is listed on
Spring Street. Boston City Directory
(1807) Francis Lecain, bookbinder Spring Lane (see Francis Lecain) (no
Fletcher listing in '07)