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James George Ingram

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James George Ingram (1834-1901) of J. G. Ingram and Son

1834 Born in Westminster the son of Charles Ingram

1863 Birth of son Frederick William Ingram

1872 Living at New Hall, Wennington, Essex: James George Ingram (age 39 born Westminster), India Rubber manufacturer. With his wife Elizabeth Sarah and their two daughters. Others in house listed.[1]

1878 Patent.'1474. And James George Ingram, senior, of the London India Rubber Works, Felstead-street, Hackney Wick, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of "improvements in the manufacture of enemas, syringes, and other similar articles of india rubber."'[2]

1901 Died. 'On the 25th February, after a protracted illness, James George Ingram, of Lismore. Highland-road, Upper Norwood, and of The India Rubber Works, Hackney-wick.'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. [The London Gazette Publication date:7 May 1878 Issue:24579 Page:2947]
  3. Sussex Agricultural Express - Friday 01 March 1901