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Benjamin Thomas Bagshaw

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c.1830 Born in Hope, Derbyshire[1], son of James Turnbull and Sarah Bagshaw

1856 A steel manufacturer when he married Emily Elizabeth Hope in Manchester[2]

1861 Steel manufacturer and landed proprietor, lived in Ecclesall Bierlow with Emily Bagshaw, 26[3]

1861 Died in Ecclesall Bierlow[4]

1861 Dissolution of the Partnership between Thomas Fildes Cocker and Samuel Cocker, both of Sheffield, Wire Drawers and Steel Manufacturers and Merchants, and Benjamin Thomas Bagshaw, late of Sheffield, Wire Drawer and Steel Manufacturer and Merchant, deceased on the 4th day of June last.

Thomas Fildes Cocker and Samuel Cocker and George Woodall, of the city of Manchester, Woollen Draper, and William Sussum, of the same city, Cotton Manufacturer were the executors of Benjamin Thomas Bagshaw.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. 1861 census
  4. BMD
  5. London Gazette 14 January 1862