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James Hall Nalder

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James Hall Nalder (1807-1863)

c.1807 Born in Alvescot[1]

1841 James Hall Nalder 35, farmer, lived in Bampton with Jane Nalder 34, James Hall Nalder 8, John Nalder 6, Thos Nalder 5, Martha Ann Nalder 3, William Nalder 1[2]

1853 Patent. '2331. To James Hall Nalder, of Alvescott, in the county of Oxford, Farmer, and John Thomas Knapp, of Clanfield, in the same county, Machinist, for the invention of "improvements in winnowing or dressing corn."'[3]

1855 Patent. '1547. To James Hall Nalder, of Alvescott, in the county of Oxford, Farmer, for the invention of "improvements in winnowing or dressing grain and seeds."'[4]

1856 Draining tools, J. H. Nalder and W. Chalcroft

1859 Patent. '1598. To James Hall Nalder, of Alvescott, in the county of Oxford, Farmer, and Thomas Nalder, of Challow Works, in the county of Berks, Engineer and Agricultural Implement Manufacturer, for the invention of "improvements in winnowing and dressing grain and seeds, and in the machinery or apparatus employed therein."'[5]

1861 James H Nalder 54, farmer of 290 acres employing 8 (?), lived in Bampton with John Nalder 26, farm manager and Martha A Nalder 22[6]

1863 Died in Alvescot; executors were his son James Hall Nalder of East Challow and John Nalder of Alvescot[7]



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