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Charles John Fourdrinier (1794-1832)
1794 Born the son of Henry Fourdrinier and his wife Sarah Ann Walker
1822 Married Sarah Elizabeth keys at Bloomsbury. Had Fanny Susannah (1824-1900), Antoinette Sarah (1828- ), Charles Edward (1830-1841) and Joseph William (1832-1904)
1825 Petition of Insolvent Debtors. 'Fourdrinier, Charles John, formerly of Chell-House, near Newcastle, Staffordshire (carrying on business at Colthorp-Mills, Newbury, Berkshire, in Partnership with Joseph Fourdrinier and Thomas Nicholson, trading under the firm of Joseph and Charles John Fourdrinier and Company, Paper-Manufacturers), afterwards of Croydon-Common, Surrey, and late of No-28, Park-Road, Regent's-Park, Middlesex, following no trade or business.'
1830 Bankrupt. '...Charles John Fourdrinier, of Lostock Gralam, in the Parish of Great Budworth, in the County of Chester, Manufacturing Chemist, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt...'
1832 Died in Burslem