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James Buckingham Bevington

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c.1805 Born in Bermondsey

1843 Dissolution of the Partnership of Alexander Angus Croll and James Buckingham Bevington, as Manufacturing Chymists, or otherwise, under the name or style of A. A. Croll[1].

1851 James B Bevington 46, manufacturer of leather, lived in Wandsworth with Mary Bevington 47, Samuel B Bevington 18, student at King's College[2]

1892 Died in Kent

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 16 June 1843
  2. 1851 census