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Herbert Samuel Sanguinetti (1848-1936)
1848 Born in Islington the son of Isaac Sanguinetti, a Coal Merchant, and his wife Harriet Nathan
1851 Living at 29 Richmond Road, Islington: Isaac Sanguinetti (age 39 born Kingston, Jamaica - British subject), Coal Merchant. With his wife Harrietta Sanguinetti (age 31 born London) and three children; Agnes Sanguinetti (age 8 born United States); Edward P. Sanguinetti (age 7 born United States); and Herbert S. Sanguinetti (age 3 born London). One visitor and a servant.
1870 Birth of son Percy Herbert Sanguinetti
1872 Birth of son Peter Harold Sanguinetti
1873 Birth of son Cecil Herbert Sanguinetti
1878 Birth of son Vivian Herbert Sanguinetti
1879 Birth of son David Sanguinetti
c.1888 Patent on "Improvements in the process of construction of barrels, boxes, casks or receptacles or similar articles made of paper pulp or other similar pulp" with James Raper Thame.
1898 Patent to Percy Herbert Sanguinetti of Frogmore Mill and Herbert Sanguinetti of Old Bond Street, for "Improvements in Apparatus for Straining Paper Pulp and like Materials." This related to earlier patents on strainers (1885) by Carl Heinrich Roeckner and Frank Lionel Roeckner, and in improvements thereon (1892) by Frank Lionel Roeckner and Ramsey Llewellyn Roeckner.
1901 Boarder in Old Bond Street, London: Herbert Sanguinetti (age 53 born St. Pancras), Financial Agent and Widower.
1905 of Jermyn Street, London, various patents on oscillating cylindrical strainer for paper pulp
1936 Died in Hammersmith