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John Atterton

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1838 Born in Colne Engaine, Essex[1]

1880 John Atterton of the Duddery Ironworks, Haverhill, installed an engine for a local builder[2]

1882 His business included repairing agricultural machinery[3]

1888 of the Ironworks, Haverhill: Patent for improvement's in charging gas retorts"[4]

1891 Exhibited lawn mowers at an exhibition in Ipswich[5].

1891 Mechanical engineer and agricultural machinery maker, of Haverhill[6]

1911 Employer; maker of cranes and lawnmowers, grinders and repairer of engines and machinery in general; of Haverhill, Suffolk; living with his wife Emily Lydia Atterton[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. The Bury and Norwich Post, and Suffolk Herald, August 24, 1880
  3. The Bury and Norwich Post, and Suffolk Herald, August 08, 1882
  4. The Bury and Norwich Post, March 06, 1888
  5. The Ipswich Journal, June 6, 1891
  6. 1891 census
  7. 1911 census