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William Proctor Stanley born c1806
1850 Advertisement. 'W. P. STANLEY, Agricultural Implement Maker, Peterboro', has purchased of the Executors of the late Robert Griffin, of Peterboro', the Right of Manufacture of CAMBRIDGE'S PATENT PRESS ROLL for the Peterboro' District, as also the entire Stock of IMPLEMENTS, Bar, Rod, Hoop, and Sheet Iron, Steel, etc....'
1851 Award at the 1851 Great Exhibition for a linseed and barley crusher. See details at 1851 Great Exhibition: Reports of the Juries: Class IX.
1851 Living at Longcauseway, Peterborough (age 42 and born at Gainsborough), Ironmonger. With wife Jane (age 45) and four servants / staff.