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Alexander George Thornton

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Alexander George Thornton (c1848-1910) of Holden and Thornton and A. G. Thornton

1891 Living at Meadowbank, Dawe Road, Sale: Alexander G. Thornton (age 43 born Scotland), Drawing Material Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Charlotte S. Thornton (age 37 born Ireland) and their three children; Charlotte M. Thornton (age 13 born Scotland); Elizabeth M. Thornton (age 12 born Manchester); and Alexander J. Thornton (age 10 born Manchester). Also his mother Ada G. Thornton (age 6 born Manchester). Elizabeth Thornton (age 69 born Scotland). One servant.[1]

1894 Alexander George Thornton of 109 Deansgate acts as liquidator of the Steel Ball Manufacturing Co.[2]

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