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I wondered if you knew anything more about any of these men, possibly Isaac.

Does anyone in your society have access to any archives, or local newspapers where Isaac and his business might appear?

A: Q: I am looking for information about the Chalford Stick Company (William Dangerfield), Alfred Griffin worked for Dangerfield as Foreman for over 30 years and his son Joseph Alfred also worked there as a manager.

A: but Dangerfield’s was not the Chalford Stick Company – it was a separate business.

Interesting times, and clearly more than one mill was involved.

Q: We have recently moved into Hillside at The Bourne, Brimscombe. I am interested in knowing who built it and what family lived here. A (PE): Sorry, I do not recognise Hillside as being connected with Lewiston Mill – Grist’s where my father was managing director in the 1940s and 50s.

His brother was Isaac Lendon and his obituary was in The Stroud Journal 1821.