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George Weedon (1776-1852)

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1837.

George Weedon, brass founder and lamp manufacturer

of 108 Drury lane, London

of Weedon and Co and Weedon and Wilcocks, 5-6 Upper Borough Walls and 15 Westgate Street, Bath

1776 Birth

1803 Marriage to Hester Hutchins in Aldersgate, London

1811 'Brass founder and lamp manufacturer', 108 Drury Lane, London.[1]

1818 Birth of daughter Jane Weedon

1819 Brass founder and Freemason in Bath[2]

1823 Brass founder: declared bankrupt [3]

1830 Brass founder, 5 Upper Borough Walls, Bath.[4]

1841 Residence: Oak Cottage, Sham Castle Lane, Bathwick, Bath.[5]

1852 Death

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Sources of Information

  1. London and Country Directory 1811
  2. England, United Grand Lodge of England Freemason Membership Registers, 1751-1921
  3. Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette,11 December 1823
  4. Pigot's Directory, 1830
  5. 1841 census