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Edward Paige Griffiths

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Edward Paige Griffiths (1821-1912)

c1821 Born at Teignmouth

1862 Patent. '3022. And to George Kent, of High Holborn, in the county of Middlesex, and Edward Paige Griffiths, of High-street, Camberwell, in the county of Surrey, for the invention of "improvements in apparatus for producing cocoa berries and other vegetable and animal substances to powder or pulp, and for mashing potatoes."'[1][2]

1881 Living at 127 Denmark Hill, Camberwell: Edward P. Griffiths (age 60 born Teignmouth), Cook and Confectioner employing 4 men and 1 boy. With his wife Jane Griffiths (age 64 born Starrabridge, Devon).[3]

1912 Died at Cirencester

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