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Joseph Griffin Walker (1803-1864)

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Joseph Griffin Walker (1803-1864), nail and iron merchant.

1860 Was a partner in Dudley and Tipton Flour Mill Company[1]

1861 John Gilbert, of Cradley Heath, in the county of Stafford, Chain and Iron Manufacturer, conveyed and assigned all his real and personal estate and effects by the description therein contained unto Joseph Griffin Walker, of Netherton, Worcestershire, Iron Master,and Charles Evers Swindell, of Cradley, Staffordshire, Iron Master, upon trust, for the equal benefit of all the creditors of the said John Gilbert.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. London gazette 7 Feb 1860
  2. London Gazette 10 May 1861