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Walter Martin Musgrave

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Walter Martin Musgrave (1844-1913) of John Musgrave and Sons, Globe Iron Works, Bolton.

1844 Born in Bolton son of Joseph Musgrave and Mary Musgrave[1]

1878 Married in London

1901 Engineer, iron founder, boiler maker, employer, living in Bolton with Mary Jane Musgrave 54[2]

1913 Obituary [3]

WALTER MARTIN MUSGRAVE died on February 27, 1913, at Southport, aged sixty-eight. He was head of the old-established firm of steam engineers, John Musgrave & Sons, Ltd., owners of the Globe Iron Works, Bolton. He had taken an active part in the municipal, commercial, and social affairs of this prosperous Lancashire town for many years.

He was a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1890.

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