Person    | Male  Born 1768  Died 10/5/1848

John Morley

Categories: Commerce

Manufacturer with premises in Nottingham and a warehouse and offices in London. Father of Samuel Morley

Our Picture Source gives much information about his life and confirms that he was born in The Manor House, Manor Street, Sneinton, Nottinghamshire. He was the 4th of the six children of Samuel Morley (1730-1776) and Mary Morley née Hardy (1733-1798).

He died, aged 79 years, on 10 May 1848 and was buried on 19 May 1848 in the Bunhill Burial Ground, City Road, London, EC1.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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