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Josiah Chandler

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c.1851 Born in Lambeth, son of Samuel Chandler (1821-1902)

1877 Letters Patent granted to Thomas Nesham Kirkham, David Hulett, Samuel Chandler, junior, and Josiah Chandler, for the inventions of:

  • "improvements in apparatus for the purification of gas" of March 1877
  • "improvements in apparatus for the purification of gas" of May 1877

which were subsequently amended by application of Kirkham, Hulett, and Chandler Limited, of Palace-chambers, Bridge-street, Westminster, in 1884[1]

1901 Josiah Chandler 50, gas apparatus manufacturer, employer, lived in Kennington with Maria L Chandler 52, Samuel S Chandler 19, gas apparatus maker, worker, Dean Chandler 18, Chymist (on gas work)[2]

1909 Died in Lambeth

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Sources of Information

  1. London Gazette 17 March 1884
  2. 1901 census