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Arthur Brampton

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1937. Bio Note.

Arthur Brampton (1865-1955) of Brampton Brothers

1955 Obituary[1] Inherited the business in 1874 (a brass foundry).

1937 Bio Note [2]

BRAMPTON, Arthur, b. 14th June, 1864, at Birmingham; s. of late Frederick Brampton. Educ.: Bishop Vesey's School, Sutto n Coldfield, and 'King Edward's School, Birmingham. Chairman, Renold and Coventry Chain Co., Ltd.; President, Cycle and Motor Cycle Manufacturers' and Traders' Union, 1911, 1913, 1924, and 1925; hon. secretary, Birmingham Liberal Association, 1903-1906; hon. treasurer, 1906-1909; president, 1909-1928; chairman of Executive Committee National Liberal Federation, 1924 to 1930; president of the National Liberal Federation, 1930; has held various offices in 'Wesleyan body; m. Alice, d. of Edward Gregg, Belturbet, Co. Cavan, 1895; one s. one d. Recreations: Shooting, gardening, music. Clubs: Reform, National Liberal (London), Birming ham Liberal. Address: The Porch House, Broad Campden, Glos.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Thursday, Apr 21, 1955
  2. 1937-8 Birmingham Year Book