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Samuel Fenton, b. 1761 d. 1806.
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Samuel Fenton, b. 1761 d. 1806, a Unitarian draper
  
 
Married Harriet Greame - sons Samuel Greame Fenton and George Fenton
 
Married Harriet Greame - sons Samuel Greame Fenton and George Fenton
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1788 Partnered with [[John Marshall]] and [[Ralph Dearlove]], a linen merchant, to lease [[Scotland Mill]] at Adel, near Leeds where [[Marshall, Fenton and Co]] began spinning flax yarns
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==See Also==
 
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Latest revision as of 08:36, 12 July 2018

Samuel Fenton, b. 1761 d. 1806, a Unitarian draper

Married Harriet Greame - sons Samuel Greame Fenton and George Fenton

1788 Partnered with John Marshall and Ralph Dearlove, a linen merchant, to lease Scotland Mill at Adel, near Leeds where Marshall, Fenton and Co began spinning flax yarns


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