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Frederick Warner

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Jewin-crescent, Cripplegate.

1819 Born in Cripplegate, son of John Warner and his wife Sarah[1]

Married Elizabeth

1859 Patent to Warner, Derbyshire and Mann for improved Cocks or Taps.[2]

1869 Brassfounder, of 8 The Crescent, executor of the will of his brother Charles Borham Warner

1876 A farmer of Melbourne, Essex. Died at Hoddesdon.[3]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Quaker Birth, Marriage, and Death Registers
  2. The Engineer 1859/07/15, p 40.
  3. National Probate Calendar