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Richard Ormerod

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Also spelled as Richard Ormrod

1775 Born in Manchester

Richard Ormrod's father was Oliver Ormrod, of Brodie, McNiven and Ormrod

1818 'Patents Lately Entolled. ... RICHARD ORMROD, of Manchester. Lancashire, Iron-founder; for an improvement in the manufacturing of copper, or other metal cylinders or rollers for calico printing.'[1]

1825 Home address: 26 Granby Row, Manchester.

1841 Richard Ormrod 65, of independent means, was in Cheltenham, with Edward Ormrod 29, Esther Ormrod 60, Annie Ormrod 25, Harriet Ormrod 20[2]

1851 Richard Ormerod 75, Ironfounder and engineer, lived in Fleetwood with Esther Ormerod 72, Edward Ormerod 40, Ironfounder and engineer[3]

1855 Engineer, of Fleetwood, of R. Ormerod and Sons (sic)[4]

1861 Richard Ormerod 85, retired engineer, lived in Stretford with Esther Ormerod[5]

1861 Richard Ormrod/Ormerod died in Eccles; his children were recorded as Thomas Smith Ormrod and Richard Ormrod[6]; Edward Ormerod, ironfounder, was one of his executors[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Scots Magazine, 1 October 1818
  2. 1841 census
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1855 Slater's Directory of Manchester
  5. 1861 census
  6. Find a grave
  7. National probate calendar