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William Phipson

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William Phipson (1769-1845)

1769 December 24th. Born the son of Thomas Phipson (1738-1807) and Elizabeth Fitzherbert Ryland, his wife

1828 Partnership dissolved. '....the Partnership subsisting between William Phipson, Joseph Weatherley Phipson, William Barroll, and Sarah Phipson (Executors of Thomas Phipson, deceased), and Samuel Thorpe, as Pin-Manufacturers, in Birmingham, stands dissolved by mutual consent....'[1]

1841 Living at Westborne Road, Edgbaston: William Phipson (age c70), Banker. With his wife Elizabeth (age c64).[2]

1845 February 22nd. Died. Of Westborne, Edgbaston, age 75.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Gazette Issue 18462 published on the 18 April 1828
  2. 1841 Census
  3. Coventry Herald - Friday 28 February 1845