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William Galloway, Senior

From Graces Guide

William Galloway (1768–1836) of Galloway, Bowman and Glasgow

Born Coldstream

Married Elizabeth.

1790 Moved to Manchester from Coldstream and was in business in Manchester as a millwright

1796 Birth of son William Galloway

In 1796 his business was based at Lombard Street, but by about 1806 he had joined with James Bowman, and their business, Galloway, Bowman and Co was established at the Caledonia Foundry.[1]

1804 Birth of son John Galloway

Trading as Galloway, Bowman and Glasgow

1830 Marriage of Isabella, the third daughter of William Galloway to Evan Mellor [2]

1836 William died

1855 January 8th. His wife died age 87 years.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Manchester Evening News - 12th February 1894
  2. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 25 September 1830
  3. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 13 January 1855