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David Moseley (1807-1865)

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David Moseley (1807-1865) of David Moseley and Sons

1807 Born

1834 March 10th. Married in Manchester to Mary Grange

1851 Living at 4 Rusholme Road, Chorlton upon Medlock: Dd Moseley (age 43 born Cawthorne, Yorks), Indian Rubber Manufacturer, 3 men employed - Widower. With his two sons Josh Moseley (age 15 born Manchester) and Charles Moseley (age 11 born Manchester). One servant [1]

1865 October 7th. Died late of Manchester and of Cringle Brook House, Burnage, India Rubber and Gutta Percha Manufacturer. Probate to his sons Joseph and Charles.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census