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Joseph and Samuel King

East Street, Warminster, Wiltshire, c1870's

References: Morres, Arthur P, Rev: 1885: Occurrence of some of the Rarer Species of Birds in the Neighbourhood of Salisbury: The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine: No. LXXV, Vol. XXII, 1885: H F Bull

'On of these birds [Gannet] was killed at Wilton in 1870, which was stuffed by King, of Warminster, and is now, I believe, in Mr. Rawlence's Collection.'

'Mr Baker writes me word that one of these birds [Black-throated Diver] was killed near Salisbury, in December, 1872, and sent to King of Warminster, to be set up , where he saw it.' 

'Another of these birds [Slavonian Grebe] was brought to King, of Warminster, in the winter of 1877…' 

HMCMS:Bi1977.66 gannet, Morus bassanus , prepared by J and S King, East Street, Warminster, Wiltshire, mid to late 19th century.