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Francis Thomas Marrian

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c.1849 born in Birmingham son of Francis Marrian, silversmith

1873 An artist, when he married Sarah Ann Jackson in Temple Balsall[1]

1880 Dissolution of the Partnership Francis Thomas Marrian and Thomas William Bocock, in the business of Manufacturing Silversmiths and Electro-Platers, at 14, Cannon-street. Birmingham, and 39, Hatton-gardenm London, and elsewhere, under the firm of Marrian, Bocock, and Company; the business at Birmingham would be carried on by Francis Thomas Marrian on his separate account; and the business in London would be carried on by Thomas William Bocock on his separate account.[2]

1881 F.F. Marrian 32, silversmith, was visiting Stafford with S.A. Marrian 34[3]

1891 Francis Thomas Marrian 42, painter (artist) was lodging in Broadway with Sarah Ann Marrian 45[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. London Gazette 15 Oct 1880
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census