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1840 George S. Sanderson of Bridge Foundry, Warrington, Engineer, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.<ref>[[1840 Institution of Civil Engineers: New Members]]</ref>
 
1840 George S. Sanderson of Bridge Foundry, Warrington, Engineer, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.<ref>[[1840 Institution of Civil Engineers: New Members]]</ref>
  
1847 George Samuel Sanderson entered into partnership with Charles Tayleur ([[Charles Tayleur (1810-1859)]]?) and [[Edward Tayleur]]; they opened a [[Bank Quay Foundry Co|foundry at Bank Quay, Warrington]].<ref>The Engineer 1920/01/23</ref>
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1847 George Samuel Sanderson entered into partnership with Charles Tayleur ([[Charles Tayleur (1810-1859)]]?) and [[Edward Tayleur]]; they opened a [[Bank Quay Foundry Co|foundry at Bank Quay, Warrington]].<ref>The Engineer 1920/01/23</ref>.  Sanderson left the company later that year.
  
 
1848 Engineer of 3 Prince's Building, Liverpool joined the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.<ref>[[1848 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: New Members]]</ref>
 
1848 Engineer of 3 Prince's Building, Liverpool joined the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.<ref>[[1848 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: New Members]]</ref>

Latest revision as of 16:26, 12 December 2018

1818 Baptised in Everton, son of Hugh James Sanderson and his wife Margaret[1]

1840 George S. Sanderson of Bridge Foundry, Warrington, Engineer, became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[2]

1847 George Samuel Sanderson entered into partnership with Charles Tayleur (Charles Tayleur (1810-1859)?) and Edward Tayleur; they opened a foundry at Bank Quay, Warrington.[3]. Sanderson left the company later that year.

1848 Engineer of 3 Prince's Building, Liverpool joined the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.[4]

1848 Civil engineer, of Liverpool[5]

1851 George Sanderson 32, civil engineer, lived in Birkenhead, with Jane Sanderson 33, Margaret Sanderson 7, Jane Sanderson 5, Emily Sanderson 3, Hugh J Sanderson 1[6]

1861 George Saml Sanderson 42, civil engineer, lived in Birkenhead, with Jane Sanderson 43, Jane Sanderson 15, Emily Sanderson 13, Hugh James Sanderson 11, Isabella Sanderson 9, George S J Sanderson 5, John H Sanderson 3[7]

1870 Died in Birkenhead[8]


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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. 1840 Institution of Civil Engineers: New Members
  3. The Engineer 1920/01/23
  4. 1848 Institution of Mechanical Engineers: New Members
  5. Slater's Directory
  6. 1851 census
  7. 1861 census
  8. BMD