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George Rusby Kaye

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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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