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Jacob Silcock

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Ironfounder, of Manchester

1799 'Notice is hereby given, THAT the Copartnership Trade, lately carried on at the Old Foundery, Manchester, by Phoebe Fletcher and Jacob Silcock, (under the Firm of Phoebe Fletcher and Co) is legally Dissolved upon the 22d. Day October last, he the said Jacob Silcock having made an Assessment of all his Estate and Effects for the Creditors, as appears by a public Advertisement in Wheeler's Paper .......'[1]

1800 Listed as an iron founder, house 33 Red-bank.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Mercury, 3rd December 1799
  2. Bancks's Manchester and Salford Directory 1800, reprinted in 1982 and 1997 by Neil Richardson, ISBN 0 9506257 8 7