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George Artingstall

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of George Artingstall and Co of Warrington.

1809 Born in Worsley Lancashire

1844 Took William Rawbonn Dell into partnership[1]

1851 George Artingstall 47, wire worker and brush manufacturer, lived in Warrington[2]

1871 George Artingstall 62, unmarried, JP for County of Lancashire, Wire manufactuer, lived in Latchford, Cheshire[3]

1882 Died in Warrington[4]

1882 'Mr. George Artingstall, a magistrate of Warrington and of the County of Lancaster, died at his residence, Wilderspool, on Tuesday morning, aged 73. The deceased carried on an extensive business in Warrington under the name of George Artingstall and Co., the Wire Works and Brush Manufactory, manufacturers of machine wire, Russian hair machine brushes, wood cylinders and floor dressing machines, &c. His death was a great surprise to many of his friends, on the previous Wednesday took part in the magisterial proceedings at the Warrington County Police Court. [5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Mills Archive
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. BMD
  5. Northwich Guardian, 1 July 1882