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Gurney Pease

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of J. and J. W. Pease and William Whitwell and Co

1839 Born in Darlington, son of Joseph Pease[1]

Brother of Joseph Whitwell Pease and Arthur Pease, who later ran the business

1861 Joseph Pease 61, coal owner and worsted manufacturer, living in Darlington with Jane G Pease 34, Edward Pease 26, clerk, worsted manufactory, Gurney Pease 22, mines accountant, Frances R Pease 16[2]

1871 Coal owner, ironstone mine proprietor, ironmaster, woolen manufacturer, employing about 2300 men and boys in iron mines and limestone quarries, living in Darlington with Katharine Pease 30, Harold G Pease 6, Katherine M Pease 5, Wilson Pease 3, Lilian Pease 2[3]

1872 Merchant, died in Malvern, Worcestershire[4]


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. BMD