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Robert Stainbank

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Robert Stainbank (c1815-1883) of Mears and Stainbank

Born at Nottingham the son of Robert William Stainbank, a Timber merchant, and his wife Mary.

1851 Living at Nottingham[1]

1861 Living at Boston, Lincs.[2]

1871 Living at 3 Verulam Buildings, Grays Inn, London: Robert Stainbank (age 56 born Nottingham), Bell Founder and Land Owner. Unmarried.[3]

1883 Died. 'At Sydenham, after a painful illness, Robert Stainbank, Esq., of the Old Foundry, Whitechapel. This gentleman was the sole proprietor of the foundry wherein were cast the bells of the Old Steeple and St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Dundee.'[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1871 Census
  4. Dundee Advertiser - Tuesday 30 January 1883