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Barnett Salmon

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Barnett Salmon (1830-1897) of Salmon and Gluckstein and J. Lyons and Co

c.1830 Born in Middlesex

1863 Married Lena Gluckstein

1871 Cigar Manufacturer, 42, a boarder in Newcastle upon Tyne[1]

1871 Barnett Salmon 42, commercial traveller (cigars), lived in Paddington with Lena Salmon 25, Hannah Salmon 4, Alfred Salmon 2, Abraham Salmon 10 months[2]

1881 Barnett Salmon 51, tobacconist, lived in Paddington with Lena Salmon 35, Hannah Salmon 14, Alfred Salmon 12, Isidor Salmon 5, Monteful Salmon 3, Joseph Salmon 1[3]

1894 Formation of J. Lyons and Co as a public company

1897 February 11th. Died aged 67.

1897 Will proved. Mentions his wife, son Alfred and grand-children. [4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. The Morning Post, Friday, July 02, 1897