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William Edward Acraman

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William Edward Acraman (1799-1874) of W. D. and W. E. Acraman

1799 Baptised in Woolcot Park, Gloucestershire, the son of Daniel Wade Acraman and his wife Ann Priest

1851 Bankruptcy. '...and issued forth against Daniel Wade Acraman, William Edward Acraman, and Alfred John Acraman, all of the city of Bristol, Merchants and Copartners, and also carrying on business in the said city of Bristol, in copartnership with Thomas Holrcyd, William Morgan, and James Narroway Franklyn, as Manufacturing Engineers, Manufacturers or Anchors and Chain Cables and Ship Builders...'[1]

1861 Listed in Croyden (born in Bristol) as an East India Merchant.[2]

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