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Anderson, Johnlocked

(1747–1820)
  • Thompson Cooper
  • , revised by Anne Pimlott Baker

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Anderson, John (1747–1820), merchant and stagecoach operator, was born in western Scotland in very humble circumstances, the son of David Anderson, of Portland. He moved to Glasgow, and after making £500 through dealing in herring he moved to Cork, in 1780, and became an export merchant....

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W. Anderson, , 3 vols. (1859–63)
J. Burke, A general [later edns A genealogical] and heraldic dictionary of the peerage and baronetage of the United Kingdom [later edns the British empire] (1829–)
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