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Isaac Marshall

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of Nottingham

1861 Announcement. 'TO LEVERS MACHINE HOLDERS. CAUTION.— Notice is hereby given, that all Persons are hereby cautioned not anywise to infringe the Registration granted to Mr ISAAC MARSHALL, of North Sberwood-street, Town and County Town of Nottingham. Stump Bar Manufacturer. Proprietor for 'An Improved Stump Guide Bar or Bars." either by manufacturing, selling, dealing in, or otherwise using the same, without the License of the said Isaac Marshall. Any person giving information either to the said Isaac Marshall, or at my office, of any Infringement thereof, aforesaid, shall he rewarded, and the strictest secrecy maintained'[1]

1861 Living in Sherwood Street, Nottingham: Isaac Marshall (age 34 born France - British subject), Mechanic. With his wife and four children.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Nottingham Journal - Tuesday 10 September 1861
  2. 1861 Census