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Antonio Fattorini

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Antonio Fattorini (1797-1859), of Fattorini and Sons

c.1797 Born in Italy

1824 Married in Leeds to Maria Broni; they had eleven children

1829 He was listed in Leeds as jeweller & hardware dealer at 18 Bazaar, Central Market, Leeds.

1831 Set up shop in Harrogate

1836 '...Antonio Fattorini, of Leeds, in the County of York, Hardwareman, did by indenture, dated the 12th day of December 1836, bargain, sell, assign, transfer, and set over all his stock in trade, personal estate and effects whatsoever unto William Dudley, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Jeweller, and Damiano Cattaneo, of Leeds aforesaid, Hardwareman, for the equal, benefit of the Creditors of the said Antonio Fattorini who should execute the said indenture within the time therein mentioned; and that the said indenture was executed by the said Antonio Fattorini, William Dudley, and Damiano Cattaneo...'[1]

1851 Living at 13 Regent Parade, Harrogate: Antonio Fattorini (age 54 born Switzerland), Fancy Dealer. With five of his children: Santina Fattorini (age 16 born Leeds); Cristopher Fattorini (age 11 born Leeds); Maria Fattorini (age 8 born Leeds); Edward Fattorini (age 6 born Leeds); and Thomas Fattorini (age 3 born Harrogate).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. [The London Gazette Publication date:27 December 1836 Issue:19452 Page:2652]
  2. 1851 Census>