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Campbell Paterson

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Campbell Paterson (1851-1927) of R. Paterson and Sons

1851 Born in Glasgow the son of Robert Paterson and his wife Agnes Campbell

1876 Birth of son Robert Paterson

1879 Birth of son James Davidson Paterson

1893 Mentioned as Campbell Paterson, Wholesale Vinegar Merchant, Glasgow.[1]

1901 Living at Woodend House, Cathcart, age 49 born Glasgow, a Coffee Essence Manufacturer. With his wife and seven children.[2]

1927 Jersey graveyard "there is also a memorial to Campbell Paterson, founder of Camp Coffee in Glasgow in 1888, who died in Jersey in 1927.

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Sources of Information

  1. Glasgow Herald - Thursday 13 July 1893
  2. 1901 Census