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John Bazley White (1814-1893)

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John Bazley-White (1814-1893) of John Bazley-White and Brothers

1814 Born in Norwood, son of John Bazley White, cement manufacturer, and his wife Henrietta[1]

1837 Married Mary Leedham in Brixton[2]

1838 Birth of his son Leedham White

1841 John Bazley White, Junior, of Millbank Street, Westminster, became an Associate member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[3][4]

1861 John Bazely White 46, manufacturer of cement and bricks, employing 500 men, lived in Chislehurst with Mary White 44, Leedham White 22, Annie J White 19, Mary K White 17, John B White 13, Tindale White 11, Ada White 7[5]

1867 A merchant (according to the probate record for his father)[6]

1871 John Bazley White 56, cement and brick maker, lived in Bexley with Mary White 54, Mary Kate White 27, John Bazely White Jr. 28, Tyndale White 21[7]

1876 Patent to Robert Owen White and John Bazley White, junior, both of Swanscombe, in the county of Kent, in respect of the invention of "improvements in the manufacture of Portland cement."[8]

1881 John Bazley White 66, magistrate, lived in Kensington with Mary White 60[9]

1890 Became Deputy Lord Lieutenant of the County of Kent

1893 of Kensington and Torquay when he died in Torquay[10]

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Sources of Information

  1. parish records
  2. BMD
  3. 1841 Institution of Civil Engineers
  4. Civil Engineer Lists
  5. 1861 census
  6. National probate calendar
  7. 1871 census
  8. London Gazette 5 Dec 1876
  9. 1881 census
  10. National probate calendar