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George Claudius Ash

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1814 Born son of Claudius Ash and his wife Sarah

At some point started working for his father in the business C. Ash and Sons

1841 Married Emma Cecilia Hill in Holborn[1]

1851 Dentist[2]

1854 After the death of his father, George ran the business with his brother William

1859 Patent by George Claudius Ash, of West-view, Hampstead, for an invention of "improvements in the manufacture of artificial teeth."[3].

1871 Manufacturer of mineral teeth and dental materials, employing 234 persons, living in Paddington with Emma C Ash 49, Cecilia E Ash 26, Henry C Ash 23, also in the dental business, Mary Ash 20, Arthur Ash 18, also in the dental business, William E Ash 16, also in the dental business, Eleanor Ash 15[4]

1873 Patent by George Claudius Ash, of 141, Maidavale, in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of "improvements in the manufacture of hats and coverings for the head."[5]

1873 Patent by George Claudius Ash, of 141, Maidavale, in respect of the invention of "improvements in the manufacture of hats and coverings for the head."[6]

1891 retired manufacturer of mineral teeth, living in Paddington, with Cecilia E Ash 46, Mary Ash 40, Eleanor C Ash 35, Ernest Ash 33, solicitor, Annie C Ash 38, Eleanor Constance Ash 10, grand-daughter, Henry C Ash 5, grandson[7]

1892 Died in Paddington[8]


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census
  3. London Gazette 20 June 1863
  4. 1871 census
  5. London Gazette 21 February 1873
  6. London Gazette 18 March 1873
  7. 1891 census
  8. BMD