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Richard Laming

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Richard Laming (1800-1879) MRCS

c.1800 Born in Margate

1851 Richard Laming 51, unmarried, member of the London College of Surgeons, not practicing, lived in Plumnstead[1]

1854 Of Millwall, manufacturing chemist, with Alexander Angus Croll, William Daniel Owen of Millwall, and Herman Dirs Mertens of the same place, manufacturing chemists, petitioned for extension of Croll's 1840 gas cleaning patent[2]

1861 Richard Laming 61, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (General Practitioner), Georgiana Laming 32, Maude Laming 5, Godwin Evors Laming 4, Grace Laming 3, Roger Laming 1, Walter Cecil Laming 3 months[3]

1866 Wrote to The Engineer about submarine cables

1871 Richard Laming 71, retired medical practitioner, lived in Brighton with Georgianne Laming 41, Maud Laming 15, Godwin E Laming 14, Susannah G Laming 13 Georgiana Laming 5[4]

1879 Died in East Preston, Sussex[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. London Gazette 7 Feb 1854
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. BMD