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Joseph Talwin Foster

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Joseph Talwin Foster (1794-1861) of Lloyds, Fosters and Co

1794 Born in Middlesex, son of Joseph and Sarah Foster (nee Lloyd)[1]

1819 One of the partners in the formation of Lloyds, Fosters and Co

1823/4 Entered the partnership which became Williams, Foster and Co with his brother Sampson Foster.

1825 Married Mary Tweedy in Falmouth

1834 of Upper Thames St, London[2]

By 1837 was still a partner in Lloyds, Fosters and Co

1840 of Kennet wharf, Upper Thames St, London, copper merchant[3]

1847 Lived in Wednesbury[4]

1861 Died in Hackney[5]

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