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George Rusby Kaye (1839-1895) of Leicester, Toolmaker and Ironmonger


1874 Patent. '368. To George Rusby Kaye, of Belgrave-gate, Leicester, in the county of Leicester, Manufacturer, for the invention of "improvements in apparatus for cutting or reducing meat into small portions for various purposes."
Born the son of Thomas Kaye, Inn Keeper and Farmer.
 
1874 Patent. '368. To [[George Rusby Kaye]], of Belgrave-gate, Leicester, in the county of Leicester, Manufacturer, for the invention of "improvements in apparatus for cutting or reducing meat into small portions for various purposes."<ref>[https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/24065/page/657 The London Gazette Publication date:13 February 1874 Issue:24065 Page:657]</ref>


Business taken over by [[Thomas Bloor]]
Business taken over by [[Thomas Bloor]]
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George Rusby Kaye (1839-1895) of Leicester, Toolmaker and Ironmonger

Born the son of Thomas Kaye, Inn Keeper and Farmer.

1874 Patent. '368. To George Rusby Kaye, of Belgrave-gate, Leicester, in the county of Leicester, Manufacturer, for the invention of "improvements in apparatus for cutting or reducing meat into small portions for various purposes."[1]

Business taken over by Thomas Bloor


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