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John Pontifex

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1834.

of Shoe Lane,London

Brewer's millwright

Brewer's architect

1796 Born son of William Pontifex

1825 John Pontifex, coppersmith, of 55 Shoe Lane, London[1] - in other woods, a few doors along from William Pontifex, Sons and Wood

1841 John Pontifex, of Shoe Lane, Holborn, died at his residence in Winchmore Hill[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1825 Pigot´s Directory
  2. The Morning Chronicle, 3 September 1841