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John Pierce Lacy

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John Pierce Lacy (c1835-1906)

Born the son of James Lacy

1857 Married(1) at Aston to Eliza Rippon Parsell

1867 Married (2) at Dublin

1901 Living at Norlands, Hill Road, Edgbaston: John P. Lacy (age 60 born Ireland), Metal Merchant - Employer. With his wife Mary and Daughter Mary.[1]


Obituary 1906 [2]

The death is announced of Mr. J.P. Lacy, of Birmingham, who was for some years chairman of the Galvanised Sheet Maker's Association and one of the best known men on Birmingham Exchange. Mr. Lacy's death took place on Wednesday, the cause being heart failure following an illness. He was a director of Kynochs, Limited, of Birmingham, and of the Metropolitan Amalgamated Railway Carriage and Wagon Company. Prior to the amalgamation of the Patent Shaft and Axletree Company, Wednesbury, with the Metropolitan Company, Mr. Lacy had for many years held the chairmanship of that concern.


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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. The Engineer 29th June 1906