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1804 Marriage notice: 'Yesterday se'ennight, Mr. Edward Appleton of Smedley, near this town, to Miss mary Emery, of Staffordshire<ref>Manchester Mercury - Tuesday 7 August 1804</ref>
 
1804 Marriage notice: 'Yesterday se'ennight, Mr. Edward Appleton of Smedley, near this town, to Miss mary Emery, of Staffordshire<ref>Manchester Mercury - Tuesday 7 August 1804</ref>
  
1810 Advertisement for sale of paper mill, logwood mill, dyehouse, etc., at Smedley, due to bankruptcy of William (Jr.) and Edward Appleton<ref>Manchester Mercury - Tuesday 28 August 1810</ref>
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1810 Advertisement for sale of paper mill, logwood mill, dyehouse, etc., at Smedley, due to bankruptcy of William (Jr.) (see [[William Appleton (Paper Maker)]]) and Edward Appleton<ref>Manchester Mercury - Tuesday 28 August 1810</ref>
  
 
1820 Edward Appleton of Smedley died on 17th January, in the 42nd year of his age<ref>Lancaster Gazette - Saturday 12 February 1820</ref>
 
1820 Edward Appleton of Smedley died on 17th January, in the 42nd year of his age<ref>Lancaster Gazette - Saturday 12 February 1820</ref>

Latest revision as of 17:58, 1 April 2018

1804 Marriage notice: 'Yesterday se'ennight, Mr. Edward Appleton of Smedley, near this town, to Miss mary Emery, of Staffordshire[1]

1810 Advertisement for sale of paper mill, logwood mill, dyehouse, etc., at Smedley, due to bankruptcy of William (Jr.) (see William Appleton (Paper Maker)) and Edward Appleton[2]

1820 Edward Appleton of Smedley died on 17th January, in the 42nd year of his age[3]

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  1. Manchester Mercury - Tuesday 7 August 1804
  2. Manchester Mercury - Tuesday 28 August 1810
  3. Lancaster Gazette - Saturday 12 February 1820