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Charles Mander

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Charles Thomas Mander

1780 Born in Wolverhampton, son of Benjamin Mander and his wife Elisabeth; baptised in John Street Presbyterian, Wolverhampton, Stafford[1]

married Jemima

1818 Took over the family firm - see Mander Brothers

1819 Birth of son Charles Benjamin Mander in Wolverhampton[2]

Birth of son Samuel Small Mander

1840 A japanner, widower, married Eliza Small in Aston[3]

1840 Sold the japanning business to William Shoolbred

1851 Samuel was a retired varnish manufacturer, in Brighton, with his wife Eliza Mander 53[4]

1851 died in Hackney

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
  2. BMD
  3. BMD
  4. 1851 census