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Horton Harrild

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1804 Henry Horton Harrild was baptised in Southwark, son of Robert Harrild and his wife Elizabeth[1]

Presumably he died in infancy

1813 Horton Harrild was born in London, baptised in Eastcheap, son of Robert Harrild and his wife Elizabeth[2]

1846 Henry Harrild, a Journeyman Engineer, previously of 176, Kingsland-road, Shoreditch, and then of 4, Sun-row, Tibberton-square, Islington, was in debtor's prison[3]

1857 Patent to Robert Harrild and Horton Harrild, of Farringdon-street, in the city of London, Printers' Composition Roller Manufacturers, for the invention of "an improvement in the manufacture of the composition used for printers' rollers.[4]

1861 Patent to Robert Harrild and Horton Harrild, of Farringdon-street, in the city of London, Printers' Composition Roller Manufacturers, in respect of the invention of "improvements in apparatuses for printing addresses for newspapers and other similar purposes."[5]

1869 Patent to Robert Harrild and Horton Harrild, of Farringdon-street, in the city of London, Manufacturers, for an invention of "improvements in printing machines."[6]

1870 Patent to Robert Harrild and Horton Harrild of Famngdon-street, in the city of London, Printers' Composition Roller Manufacturers, have given the like notice in respect of the invention of "an improved composition for the manufacture of printing rollers."[7]

1871 Horton Harrild 57, printer's engineer, lived in Sydenham, with Mary A Harrild 50, Horton Harrold Harrild 23, printer's engineer, Robt Edwd Harrildon 22, architect, Frederick Harrild 17, printer's engineer[8]

1896 Horton Harrild died in Sydenham[9]


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. BMD
  3. The London Gazette 7 August 1846
  4. London Gazette 6 Nov 1857
  5. London Gazette 28 Mar 1861
  6. London Gazette 17 Dec 1869
  7. London Gazette 1 Feb 1870
  8. 1871 census
  9. National probate calendar