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Samuel Bradley Ardrey

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Baptism: 10 Sep 1837 St Andrew, Ancoats, Lancs. Samuel Bradley Ardrey - Child of John Ardrey & Margaret: Born: 12 Dec 1828: Abode: Ancoats. [1]

1867 Partnership dissolved between Samuel Bradley Ardrey, Samuel Beckett, and Walton Smith, spindle and machine makers, at the city of Manchester [2]

Partnership dissolved by mutual consent between Samuel Bradley Ardrey, Wilson Diggle, and William Henry Tootill, trading as Ardrey, Diggle and Tootill, machine and spindle makers of Eton Hall (Note: should be Eton Hill), Radcliffe, Manchester. Business to be continued as Diggle and Tootill [3]

1887 US Patent No. 358,916 for improvements to chucks, issued to Samuel Bradley Ardrey of Bristol, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Baptisms at St Andrew in the District of Ancoats, Manchester: Baptisms recorded in the Register for 1831 - 1848: Baptisms for 1837 - 1842.
  2. The London Gazette, 15th November 1867.
  3. The London Gazette, 16th April, 1880.
  4. [2] 'Lathes.co.uk' patents website