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Robert Graham Dobinson

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Robert Graham Dobinson (c1805-1868) of Roberts, Fothergill and Dobinson

c1805 Born

1828 May 30th. Married Sarah Blechynden at St. Pancras

1829 March 15th. Birth of a son at Judd Street, Brunswick Square [1]

1853 Listed of Roberts, Fothergill and Dobinson and living at 14 Cecil Street, Greenheys [2]

1861 Living at 5 Osbourne Terrace, Moss Side (age 56 born St. Pancras), an Engineer. With his daughter Charlotte (age 30 born Clerkenwell). One servant [3]

1863 Listed as an Agent of 5 Osbourne Terrace, Cecil Street, Greenheys [4]

1868 Q2. Died and registered at Chorlton

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Tuesday, Mar 17, 1829
  2. 1853 Directory of Manchester and Salford
  3. 1861 Census
  4. 1863 Slater's Directory of Manchester and Salford