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Aviva's earliest known Nottingham agent was Charles Twells who is listed in an advertisement for Norwich General in 1797.
By 1806 W Bedford was acting as agent for Norwich Union Fire in Lincoln and in 1824 the newly established Yorkshire Fire and Life appointed Richard Whitton junior.
Archivist Blog - 26 June 2012 Subjects: History - Interesting stories
Aviva has been operating in Sheffield since at least 1806 when Norwich Union Fire was represented there by J Townshend.
Our history in Leeds can be traced back to 1806 by which point Norwich Union Fire was being represented by J English.
We can trace our history in Manchester back to 1806 when Norwich Union Fire was represented by James Saunders.
Blackpool is yet another Olympic flame stop with very few references in the Aviva Archive.
I thought that Bowness-on-Windermere was going to be a stop on the Olympic flame route which was not mentioned at all in the Aviva Archive.
Our earliest known agent in Carlisle was J Painter who was representing Norwich Union Fire there by 1806.
Archivist Blog - 19 June 2012 Subjects: History - Interesting stories