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Darbyshire, Alfredlocked

  • Ian Dungavell


Darbyshire, Alfred (1839–1908), architect, was born on 20 June 1839 at 8 Peru Street, Salford, Lancashire, the son of William Darbyshire, manager of a dyeworks, and his wife, Mary Bancroft. He was a nephew of George Bradshaw, originator of the railway guide. Of an old Quaker family, he went to Quaker schools, first that of ...

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