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Henry Loveridge, of Henry Loveridge and Co
1812 Born in Birmingham, son of Samuel Loveridge and his wife Ann
c.1840 Joined William Shoolbred in the japaning business he acquired
1851 A manufacturer, living in Aston, with Samuel Loveridge 67, a retired grocer, and Ann Loveridge 68
1855 A trader, in Wightwick, Tettenhall
1856 Patent to Henry Loveridge, of Wolverhampton, for "an improvement in feet, hip, and slipper baths, also in bases for shower baths and basins for washing, and other purposes."
1860 Acquired the Japanware business from Shoolbred
1861 Japan manufacturer employing 420 person, lived in Tettenhall
1861 Patent to Henry Loveridge, of Wolverhampton for "improvements in meat screens."