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Youngs Parfrey

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Youngs Parfrey (c1806-1872) of Smith, Parfrey and Hitchings

1861 Patent. '1294. And Youngs Parfrey, of the Pimlico Wheel Works, in the county of Middlesex, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of "improvements in the construction of carriage wheels."'[1]

1871 Living at 141 Pall mall, London: Youngs Parfrey (age 65 born Norfolk), Engineer. With his wife Eliza Parfrey (age 70 born Sussex). Also his nephew Richard Parfrey (age 64 born London), Engineer. Also one visitor. Two servants.[2]

1872 July 12th. Died. Will proved by Richard Neville Hitchings, secretary at the Pimlico Wheel works.

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