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Isaac Storey

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Isaac Storey (1811-1879) of Storey and Donaldson and later Isaac Storey and Sons

ca.1811 Born the son of Thomas Storey and his wife Rachel.

1830 Married at Manchester to Eliza Winder and had four sons and three daughters.

1830 Birth of son John Henry Storey

1838 Birth of son Thomas Storey

1840 Birth of son Isaac Storey

1847 Birth of son William Storey (died infant)

1856 Dissolution of the Partnership between Thomas Storey and Isaac Storey, both of the city of Manchester, in the county of Lancaster, carrying on business as Brass Founders and Coppersmiths, under the firm of Thomas Storey and Company[1]

1874 Retired from business

1879 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 16 May, 1856