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Henry Asprey Stothert (1797-1860) of Bath
By 1823 Henry was in partnership with his half brother George.
1826 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, George Stothert and Henry Stothert, of the City of Bath, Iron Founders, was dissolved by mutual consent...'
1827 Henry Stothert took control of Stothert's Philip Street foundry. In that year he took out Stothert's first patent (no. 5481), relating to ploughs.
1829 Birth of his son John Lum Stothert
By 1830 the foundry in Philip Street had been named the Newark Foundry
c.1834 Took on Robert Pitt as an apprentice
1836 or early 1837: Henry Stothert established another works in Bristol. This became Henry Stothert and Co
1851 Living at Perrymead, Lyncombe, Bath: Henry Stothert (age 54 born Bath), Engineer. With his wife Bessy Stothert (age 50 born Stockport, Ches.) and their daughter Fanny Stothert (age 20 born Bath). Three servants.
1860 Henry died
'The Evolution of a Family Firm - Stothert and Pitt of Bath' by Hugh Torrens, Stothert & Pitt, 1978