Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

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Charles Sturge of Birmingham. Brother of [[Joseph Sturge]]
Charles Sturge of Birmingham. Brother of [[Joseph Sturge]]


1801 Born son of Joseph Sturge (1763–1817), a farmer and grazier, and his wife, Mary Marshall (d. 1819) of Alcester, Warwickshire.
1801 Born in Olveston, son of Joseph Sturge (1763–1817), a farmer and grazier, and his wife, Mary Marshall (d. 1819) of Alcester, Warwickshire.


1822 or later, partnered his brother [[Joseph Sturge]] in creating one of the largest grain-importing businesses in Britain. The two also worked together on many philanthropic enterprises.
1822 or later, partnered his brother [[Joseph Sturge]] in creating one of the largest grain-importing businesses in Britain. The two also worked together on many philanthropic enterprises.

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Charles Sturge of Birmingham. Brother of Joseph Sturge

1801 Born in Olveston, son of Joseph Sturge (1763–1817), a farmer and grazier, and his wife, Mary Marshall (d. 1819) of Alcester, Warwickshire.

1822 or later, partnered his brother Joseph Sturge in creating one of the largest grain-importing businesses in Britain. The two also worked together on many philanthropic enterprises.

1888 Died


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