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George Arthur Pemberton

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George Arthur Pemberton (c1821-1875) of Thomas Pemberton and Sons

1821 August 6th. Born in Birmingham the son of Thomas Pemberton and his wife Mary Elizabeth Warwick

1851 Living at Marton? Road, Birmingham: Thomas Pemberton (age 61 born Birmingham), Magistrate and Brass Founder. With his wife Eliza Pemberton (age 41 born Middlesex) and their three children; George Arthur Pemberton (age 29 born Birmingham); Mary Elizth Pemberton (age 23 born Birmingham); and Katherine Pemberton (age 22 born Birmingham). Three servants.[1]

1868 Patent. '1454. And Thomas Pemberton and George Arthur Pemberton, both of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Brass Founders, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of "improvements in alarm bells, call bells, and other bells."'[2]

1875 August 11th. Died. 'On the llth inst, at Beecbcroft, Edgbaston, George Arthur Pemberton, of the firm of Thomas Pemberton and Sons, aged 54 years.'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. The London Gazette Publication date:8 September 1868 Issue:23420 Page:4884
  3. Leamington Spa Courier - Saturday 21 August 1875