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William Hayward West

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William Hayward West (1815-1868)

1814 October 6th. Born at Plymouth

1861 Lodger at 65 King Street, Camden Town: William H. West (age 47 born Plymouth), Cl and Town Traveller to an Ironmonger.[1]

1865 Patent. '1520. To George Kent, of High Holborn, and William Hayward West, of Orange-street, Red Lion-square, Holborn, both in the county of Middlesex, for the invention of "improvements in apparatus used when boiling milk."'[2]

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