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James Golsworthy

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1839. Water Conduit in Exeter. Photograph 2017.

James Golsworthy (c1777-1851), machine maker. Supplied Exeter with water until the formation in 1833 of the Exeter Water Co

1851 January 27th. Died. Of Priory Place, Exeter, age 74 years.[1]

1871 April 26th. Death of his wife Caroline of Priory Place.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 01 February 1851
  2. Western Times - Friday 28 April 1871