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David Glasgow (1807-1882)

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David Glasgow (1807-1882) of Donaldson and Glasgow and of David Glasgow and D. Glasgow

1829 Partnership dissolved. '...Partnership existing between us the undvrsigned, William Potts, Daniel Walton, and David Glasgow, of Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Plumbers' Brassfunders, is this day dissolved...'[1]

1844 Partnership dissolved. '... the Partnership hitherto subsisting between us the undersigned, David Glasgow and Michael Dennis, carrying on business in Cross-street, in Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, as Soda Water Manufacturers, was dissolved, by mutual consent...'[2]

1871 Living at 228 Ladywood Lane, Edgbaston: David Glasgow (age 64 born Birmingham), Civil Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth Glasgow (age 69 born Kington, Hereford) and their son Alfred Glasgow (age 38 born Birmingham), Engine Fitter. Also his niece and a lodger.[3]

1882 April 22nd. Died. Of 228 Ladywood Road, Edgbaston, Engineer. Will proved by Joseph Payne, Engineer.

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