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Mechanical draughtsman, of Gorton Lane, Gorton, Manchester (1896)
of 69, Armadale-Street, Dennistoun, Glasgow (1910).
1867 Born 29 January in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland, son of William Dunlop and Margaret nee Mungles
1881 Living in Dundonald
c.1886 First tested a gas engine
1887 Married Elizabeth Grant Banks
1891 Living Govan
1891 Birth of first son, James in Govan
1892 Birth of John Banks Dunlop, in Bolton
1894 James Dunlop of Wigan wrote to "The Engineer" on governing of engines
1894 Birth of Thomas Sayers Dunlop, in Wigan
1896 Letter to "The Engineer" on 3 cylinder locomotives
1896 Birth of William Dunlop in Manchester.
1899 Birth of George Mungles Dunlop, in Gorton
1901 James Dunlop age 34 (b. Scotland), mechanical draughtsman, lived at 206 Gorton Lane, Gorton, with his wife Elizabeth age 33, children: Margaret 12, James 10, John 8, Thomas 6, William 4, George 1, and his aunt-in-law, Isabella Banks
1903 Birth of Elizabeth Dunlop in Lancashire
1905 Birth of Henrietta Dunlop in Lancashire
1907 Birth of Dorothy Evelyn Dunlop in Dennistoun
1910 Patent on improved gas producers
Responsible for many line drawings of early steam locomotives
1927 Died 11 January in Dennistoun, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland