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George Minshaw Glascott

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George Minshaw Glascott (c1796-1847) of Glascott Brothers

Eldest son of Thomas Glascott, a brass founder, and his wife Mary

1816 Married in Whitechapel to Ann Maria Trend

1826 'George Minshaw Glascott. I carry on business in Great Garden-street, Whitechapel , and am in partnership with others'[1]

1832 Birth of son James Lyon Norbury Glascott

1841 Living in Whitechapel: George Minshaw Glascott (age c45), Copper Merchant. In same address is George Trend Glascott (age c18?).[2]

1847 January 2nd. Died. Probate to his son James Lyon Norbury Glascott of 11 William Street, York Street, Commercial Road, Brassfounder.

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