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John Musgrave, Junior

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John Musgrave, Junior (c1821-1889)

1821 Born in Bolton son of John Musgrave and his wife Hannah

1861 Master iron founder, living in Bolton with his wife Harriet 38[1]

1863 John Musgrave, Junior, Globe Iron Works, Bolton joined I Mech E.[2] - John Musgrave and Sons

1871 John Musgrave, Junior, Engineer, iron founder and cotton spinner, living in Bolton with Harriet[3]

1881 Master Ironfounder, Engineer & Cotton Spinner (Manf)[4]

1889 April 4th. Died.[5]


1889 Obituary [6]

JOHN MUSGRAVE, who died at Eastbourne on the 4th April last, was a member of the firm of Messrs. John Musgrave & Sons (Limited) of the Globe Ironworks, Bolton.

Deceased, who was in his sixty-ninth year, was the third son of the late Mr. John Musgrave, who founded the Globe Works, and had for many years taken an active part in the management of that business. He was the inventor of mechanical arrangements, some of them patented, which were of much service to the firm. At one time he travelled much on behalf of the business, and had a large connection in Russia, where he frequently made long stays.

He became a member of the Institute in 1871.



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