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Jonathan Grindrod (1804-1896) of Owen, Addison and Grindrod of Liver Foundry, Parliament Street, Liverpool
1804 May 9th. Born in Liverpool the son of Timothy Grindrod (1781-1823), a builder, and his wife Alice Mills (1777-1840)
1826 June 10th. Married(1) to Jane Troughton. 'On Saturday last, at St. James Church, by the Rev. J. Smith, Mr. Jonathan Grindrod, iron-founder, to Jane, eldest daughter of Mr. John Troughton, Parliament street'
1851 A consulting engineer, living in Birkenhead with Jane Grindrod 46, Ann J Grindrod 26, Timothy Grindrod 20, Jonothan (sic) Grindrod 18
1854 September 8th. Jonathan Grindrod, a civil engineer, married (2) Ann Roberts, at Manchester, daughter of William Roberts, a ship's master
c.1855 Jonathan Grinrod (sic) designed the Royal Charter as a clipper
1855 Jonathan Grinrod (sic) designed The Retriever, a screw steamer, of about 500 tons. She was built at the Bank Quay Foundry Co in Warrington. Her machinery was fitted at the Sandon dock, Liverpool.
1861 A proprietor of houses, living at Neston, The Wirral, with his wife Annie Grindrod 38
1896 July 30th. Died at Neston, Cheshire.