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1811 Married Maria Lickfold in Marylebone, London
1827 Made freeman of the City of London, member of the company of Loriners, agricultural machine maker
1830 William Plenty the younger, of No. 83, West Smithfield, in the City of London, Iron-Founder and Agricultural Machine-Maker, Dealer and Chapman, had been made bankrupt
1837 Out of business; parish clerk of St Sepulchre's in London
1842 Buried at St Sepulchre's
1807 William Plenty married Ann Henbeat in Southampton
1809 William and Ann Plenty had a daughter, Mary Ann Plenty, in Southampton
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