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Frederick John Pickering Cheesbrough

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Frederick John Pickering Cheesbrough (1842-1923)

1842 Born in Liverpool the son of John Cheesbrough, a surgeon, and his wife Frederica Carolina Mary Steffens Pickering

1857-64 Engineering experience with Laird Brothers, Engineers, Birkenhead.

1868 At works of Henderson, Coulborn and Co, Renfrew, Clyde, Liverpool.

1868 Founded Frederick J. P. Cheesbrough, patent agents, in Liverpool; later also in Southampton.

1871 Married in West Lavington, Wilts, to Isabella Augusta Wilkinson

1911 Living at Beulah, Netley Abbey, Hants: Frederick John Pickering Cheesbrough (age 69 born Liverpool), Contacting Engineer and Chartered Patent Agent. With his wife Isabella Augusta Cheesbrough (age 62 born Marlborough). Two servants.[1]

1923 Died[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. BMD