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Our earliest agent in Hull was the gloriously named Aistroppe Stovin who was representing Norwich Union Fire in 1806.
I have really struggled to find references in the archive to our operations in Middlesbrough.
Durham is yet another spot on the Olympic flame route for which we have over 200 years of history and very little in the archive to show for it.
Aviva's history in Newcastle begins with a local company founded nearly 230 years ago.
I have been able to trace Aviva's history in Alnwick back to 1810 by which time Norwich Union Fire had an agency there.
Archivist Blog - 13 June 2012 Subjects: History - Interesting stories
Aviva can trace its presence in Dundee back to 1782 when Dundee Assurance Company Against Losses by Fire was established.
Aviva's history in Aberdeen really belongs to Northern Assurance which was set up there as North of Scotland Fire and Life Assurance Company in 1836.
Our earliest known Aviva agent for these islands was Mr Duguid of Kirkwall who was representing Northern Assurance by 1873.
Aviva's first agent in Inverness, Peter Anderson, was appointed in 1809 by North British Insurance Company and by 1813 the company was running a fire engine there which they purchased from the Aberdeen Insurance Company.