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James Pratt Marrian

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1811 Benjamin James Pratt Marrian was born in Birmingham son of Francis Marrian

1841 Francis Marrian 70, licensed victualler, lived in Birmingham with Ann Marrian 65, Francis Marrian 35, silver plater and James Marrian 25, die sinker[1]

1851 Brass founder in Chetton, Bridgnorth with his wife and mother-in-law[2]

1855 of 69 Slaney St[3]

1861 James Pratt Marrion 49, naval brass founder, lived in Solihull with Mary Marrion 48[4]

1870 of the Trident Works, Slaney Street, Birmingham, naval brassfounder, made elaborate pendants for lighting (with kerosine) the saloon on a ship.

1876 of Acock's Green[5]

1891 Died in Acock's Green[6]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1855 White's Directory of Birmingham
  4. 1861 census
  5. 1876 Kelly's Directory of Birmingham
  6. BMD