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John Finch, Junior

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Son of John Finch who established the Liverpool foundry of Finch and Willey

Perhaps born in Dudley, Worcestershire where his brother Edward was born[1].

1832 John Finch, Senior and John Finch, Junior were iron merchants in Cook St, Liverpool[2]

1835 John Finch and John Finch, Junior were iron merchants in Cook St, Liverpool[3]

1837 John Finch (#2701) (presumably the junior as the senior not mentioned), of the counting house, St Thomas's Buildings, Liverpool[4]

1840 John Finch (#921), of the counting house and warehouse, Oil Street, Liverpool. Also John Finch (#2833)of the counting house and warehouse, St Thomas's Buildings, Liverpool[5]

1847 Joined with William Pare and Edward Finch to establish extensive works in Dublin, under the style of The Irish Engineering Company[6]

1853 Partnership (see Irish Engineering Company) between W. Pare, J. Finch (jun) and E. Finch, dissolved, so far as regards J. Finch (jun)[7].

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. UK Poll Books and Electoral registers
  3. UK Poll Books and Electoral registers
  4. UK Poll Books and Electoral registers
  5. UK Poll Books and Electoral registers
  6. [1] Letter from William Pare to J. M. Grant of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada 29th Jan 1861
  7. London Daily News - Wednesday 5th January 1853