Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Francis Arthur Edward Samuelson

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Sir Francis Arthur Edward Samuelson (1861-1946) Bt., M.I. & S.I.

1861 Born son of Bernhard and Caroline Samuelson in Torquay[1]

1880 Attended Oxford University

1891 Ironmaster, employer, living in Darlington, with Fanny Isabel Samuelson 31, Gertrude E Frances Samuelson 2, Francis H. B. Samuelson 1 [2]

1890 Birth of son Francis Henry Bernard Samuelson

1895 Sir Bernhard left the chairmanship of Sir B. Samuelson and Co and was succeeded Francis A. E. Samuelson

1897 His wife, Fanny, died[3]

1927 took over the chairmanship of Samuelson and Co, Banbury

1939 Chairman, Tees Conservancy Commission.

1946 Died


1946 Obituary [4]



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