A brand suggesting to be the pioneer: “Thomas Henry, gentleman and first mover since 1773”. (Schweppes claims his Geneva-Patent for aerated waters 1783) Fact is: labeled on the bottle is William Henry, https://www.britannica.com/biography/William-Henry For marketing uses, he’s looking sexier than his father. As a pharmacist, Thomas Henry was famous in producing HENRYs MAGNESIA, later on he sells aerated waters over the counter. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Henry_(apothecary) The question is: does anyone know a bottle or a document to identify Thomas Henrys aerated waters?
Thank you John Ault for your great input.