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Francis Kinman

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Francis Kinman (1740-1825) of Woolwich

Francis Kinman had foundries in New Street Square and Shoe Lane and produced many guns for the government

1740 Born in London

1778 August 30th. Married Sarah Thomas ( -1819)

1789 Bankrupt. '...William Kinman and Francis Kinman, of New-street Square, near Shoe-lane, in the City of London, Brass and Iron Founders, and Copartners, and they being declared Bankrupts...'[1]

1812 bankrupt. '...Francis Kinman, of New-Street-Square and Shoe-Lane, in the City of London, Founder, Dealer and Chapman, and he being declared a Bankrupt...'[2]

1819 Newspaper correspondence.[3]

1825 Died and buried at Islington

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