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of 14, Charlotte-street, Manchester.

1881 John Galloway 57 (born in Glasgow), Master Lithograph Printer, lived in Chorlton iwith Jemmima Galloway 53, Jesse B. Galloway 30, Archibald C. Galloway 25, William Galloway 23, Jemima P. Galloway 21[1]

1883 Letterpress printers, Lithographer[2]

1887 Exhibited models of Pole Press, of Munich Lever Press, of Star Cylinder Press. Also 16in. Modern Lithographic Press. Double Crown Lithographic Machine. Ink Slab, Stones, and sundries.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. Slater's Directory 1883