Noel Chandler (1851- ) of Bumsted and Chandler
Born at Epsom the son of Joseph Chandler, a Brewer and Maltster.
Worked at John Elder and Co
Worked at Clayton and Shuttleworth
1876 Patent to Noel Chandler, of Hednesford, Staffordshire, for the invention of "improvements in tea kettles, and other similar vessels for heating water."
1881 Living at Faraday House, Bradbury's Lane, Cannock: Noel Chandler (age 29 born Epsom), Manager of Engineering works. Unmarried.
1896 of Cannock Chase Foundry and Engine Works, Hednesford, near Stafford
1911 Living at 40 New Penkridge Road, Cannock, Staffordshire: Noel Chandler (age 59 born Epsom), Mechanical Engineers Employer and Ironfounder. With his wife Lucy Jane, one son and one daughter.
Sources of Information
- London Gazette 24 Nov 1876
- 1881 Census
- 1911 Census