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R. B. Prosser

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Pellatt, Apsley (1791–1863), glass manufacturer, was the eldest son of Apsley Pellatt (d. 1826) and Mary, daughter of Stephen Maberly of Reading. He was born on 27 November 1791, probably at 80 High Holborn, London, where his father kept a glass warehouse. ...

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Richard Pilkington 1795–1869 by unknown artist Pilkington Archives Photographic Collection; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Pilkington family (per. c. 1825–1925), glass manufacturers, came to prominence with Richard Pilkington (1795–1869) and William Pilkington (1800–1872), the brothers who in their lifetime came to dominate British window glass manufacture. Their father, William (1765–1831), came of upwardly mobile farming stock at ...

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Pilkington, William Henry [Harry], Baron Pilkington (1905–1983), glass manufacturer, was born at Eccleston Grange on the western outskirts of St Helens, Lancashire, on 19 April 1905, the eldest of three sons and two daughters of Richard Austin Pilkington (1871–1951), a descendant of the glass-making family [...

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