Person    | Male  Born /1/1827  Died 23/10/1890

Chambers Nicholson

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Chambers Nicholson

Chemist and dye manufacturer. We found this man in Grace's Guide: Born in Lincoln as Edward Chambers Nicholson. 1845 became one of the first students at the Royal College of Chemistry. 1853 he formed a partnership with his fellow students Maule and Simpson. 1861 he was living with his wife and sister in Kennington.  by 868 he was quite a wealthy man and retired from business. Original member of the Society of the Chemical Industry and a fellow of the Institute of Chemistry. Died at home, Carlton House, Herne Hill.

Also see Atlas Dyeworks.

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Chambers Nicholson

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Simpson, Maule and Nicholson

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