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alloverover wrote: Wed Jul 07, 2021 6:13 pm <cut>
not seen the backmark before, W.M DAWSON BEDFORD
1854, 1862 & 1864 trade directories for Bedford
Name: William Markwell Dawson
Residence Place: Bedfordshire, England
Occupation: tailor & woollen draper, High Street. (but actually lived in St Pauls Sq).

William Dawson (tailor) introduced first plate glass windows in Bedford into his shop at No. 31 High St.

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Saffron wrote: Thu Jul 08, 2021 1:53 am 1854, 1862 & 1864 trade directories for Bedford
Name: William Markwell Dawson
Residence Place: Bedfordshire, England
Occupation: tailor & woollen draper, High Street. (but actually lived in St Pauls Sq).

William Dawson (tailor) introduced first plate glass windows in Bedford into his shop at No. 31 High St.

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Thanks for the info Evan, much appreciated,
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Top man slippery, its taken me a while to go through the discription and find out what each bit means but yes, it does seem to be of the Lautour family and the location is pretty decisive also, in fact it was found less than a kilometer and a half from the Hexton estate :thumbsup:

Thanks very much for your time and effort,

all the best,

aoo :thumbsup:
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