George & Henry Faithful practised as G & H Faithful from offices at 15 Ship Street. Unlike other solicitors' firms in the town, which brought in other partners or merged or suchlike, the Faithfuls remained unchanged and thus the firm died with its two partners later in the century.
There is a little more concerning one of the partners in the firm of G & H Faithful (or should it be Faithfull?) on the Sussex PhotoHistory website (http://www.photohistory-sussex.co.uk/BTNLangridge.htm
). It says that George Faithfull (1790-1863) was a leading Brighton solicitor; the Member of Parliament for Brighton between 1832 and 1835; a political reformer; and founder of the radical weekly newspaper, The Brighton Patriot
Curiously, the website makes no reference to George's apparent partner, Henry Faithful. It does, however, mention that George had a nephew, William John Faithfull (1802-1877), who originally was a solicitor's clerk 'but later an influential Brighton solicitor'. Maybe William practised on his own account or in partnership with others outside the Faithful family? Or maybe the little information which hitherto I had, concerning the firm of G & H Faithful, is not entirely accurate?
Finally, the website includes a photograph of George which is reproduced below.