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''' 1900 Obituary <ref> [[1900 Iron and Steel  Institute: Obituaries]] </ref>
''' 1900 Obituary <ref> [[1900 Iron and Steel  Institute: Obituaries]] </ref>


JAMES SAUNDERS died at his residence, Wolverhampton, on April 13, 1900, at the age of sixty-eight. He was for some years the South Staffordshire representative of [[Newton, Chambers nd Co|Newton, Chambers & Co.]], of Sheffield. He had been connected with the iron trade for about thirty-five years, prior to which he was a law-stationer.  
JAMES SAUNDERS died at his residence, Wolverhampton, on April 13, 1900, at the age of sixty-eight. He was for some years the South Staffordshire representative of [[Newton, Chambers and Co|Newton, Chambers & Co.]], of Sheffield. He had been connected with the iron trade for about thirty-five years, prior to which he was a law-stationer.  


He took an active part in the municipal affairs of Wolverhampton, and served as Alderman and Mayor of the borough. In 1898 he retired from the Council, when a vote of thanks for his seventeen years of useful service, engrossed on vellum, was presented to him. He was also a Justice of the Peace.  
He took an active part in the municipal affairs of Wolverhampton, and served as Alderman and Mayor of the borough. In 1898 he retired from the Council, when a vote of thanks for his seventeen years of useful service, engrossed on vellum, was presented to him. He was also a Justice of the Peace.  

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James Saunders (c1832-1900)


1900 Obituary [1]

JAMES SAUNDERS died at his residence, Wolverhampton, on April 13, 1900, at the age of sixty-eight. He was for some years the South Staffordshire representative of Newton, Chambers & Co., of Sheffield. He had been connected with the iron trade for about thirty-five years, prior to which he was a law-stationer.

He took an active part in the municipal affairs of Wolverhampton, and served as Alderman and Mayor of the borough. In 1898 he retired from the Council, when a vote of thanks for his seventeen years of useful service, engrossed on vellum, was presented to him. He was also a Justice of the Peace.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1887.


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