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By 1822 the shop had moved to 9 West Bow plus a second shop had opened at 230 High Street, on the Royal Mile. died in 1861 and is buried in the extreme NW corner of Grange Cemetery in Edinburgh.
In 1835 the shop became a company, first as Thomas Nelson & Son when William joined, and in 1839 became Thomas Nelson & Sons when Thomas Jr. William concentrated his talents on the marketing side, and Thomas Jr. The firm became a publisher of new books and, as the 19th century progressed, it produced an increasingly wide range of non-religious materials; by 1881, religion accounted for less than 6% of the firm's output.
Thomas Nelson is a publishing firm that began in West Bow, Edinburgh, Scotland in 1798 as the namesake of its founder.
Ian Nelson’s successor, his son Ronnie Nelson, seemed less interested in the successful management of the family firm than previous generations.
In the United Kingdom, it was a mainstream publisher until the late 20th century, and it is now part of the educational imprint Nelson Thornes.
recognizing a ready market for inexpensive, standard editions of non-copyright works which he attempted to satisfy by publishing reprints of classics.
In 1962, Thomas Nelson and Sons was absorbed into the Thomson Organisation in an effort to sustain its academic and educational publishing interests on a global scale.
The presidency of the company then passed to Hubert Peter Morrison FRSE (who had been chairman since 1958).The First World War led to the temporary rundown of Nelson through the denial of foreign markets, the loss of manpower (including the death of Thomas III), and the general exigencies of wartime, and initiated its long-term decline.