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Sydney Edward Glasbrook

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Sydney Edward Glasbrook ( -1896)

1897 Concerning his estate. '... claims or demands against the estate of Sydney Edward Glasbrook late of 2 Gloucester-place and the Cambrian Saw Mills and Timber-yard both in the county borough of Swansea and of Norton House in the parish of Oystermouth in the county of Glamorgan (a member of the firms of Glasbrook Brothers of Swansea Colliery Proprietors and of John Glasbrook Sons and Company of Swansea. Steam Saw Mill Proprietors and Timber Merchants) who died on the 25th day of September 1896 and probate of whose will was granted by the Principal Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice on the 10th day of February 1897 to John Glasbrook, Isaac Thomas Glasbrook, and David Mansel Glasbrook, all of 2 Gloucester-place Swansea...'[1]

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