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William Thompson Mann

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William Thompson Mann (1824-1887) partner in Fawcett, Preston and Co

1824 Born in Liverpool the son of Joseph Mann, Broker, and his wife Isabella Garner

1848 Listed of Dale Street, Broker, and as a member of the Grand Jury.[1]

1851 Listed as a Broker.[2]

1858 Listed of Fawcett, Preston and Co

1861 Living at 5 Mill Lane, Wavertree, Liverpool: William Thompson Mann (age 37 born Liverpool), Engineer and Ironfounder. With his wife Felicia Jane Mann (age 38 born Dudley). One servant.[3]

1887 July 19th. Died. Of Tarpoley, Cheshire and died at Bailey's Hotel, South Kensington. Probate to his nephew James Percival Cross, Bleacher.

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Sources of Information

  1. Liverpool Mercury - Tuesday 11 April 1848
  2. 1851 Census
  3. 1861 Census