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Joseph Stockton

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Joseph Stockton of Mellor and Stockton

1829 Bankruptcy. 'Joseph Stockton, formerly of No. 40,. Chapel-Street, Salford, Manchester, Lancashire, carrying on business with James Mellor, of Salford aforesaid, lately deceased, at No 7, Old Bridge, Manchester aforesaid, as Copper-Smiths, Braziers, Brass-Founders, and Tin-Plate-Workers, under the firm of Mellor and Stockton, afterwards of Bateman's-Buildings, Deansgate, Manchester aforesaid, carrying on business as Copper-Smith.on his own account, and late of the Coach Makers Arms, Jackson's-Row, Deansgate, Manchester aforesaid, Publican.'[1]

1841 Joseph Stockton died at his residence in Salford, after a lingering illness[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette Publication date:10 July 1829 Issue:18592 Page:1312
  2. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 6 February 1841