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John Cadbury, 1801-1889.

Tom Insull

John Cadbury, 1801-1889.

by Tom Insull

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Published by printed for private circulation in Birmingham .
Written in English

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  • Cadbury, John, -- 1801-1889.

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    Open LibraryOL13669261M

    the 28th May, at Mary-street, Brisbane, John, eldest son of John Cadbury, Esq., of Edgebaston, Birmingham, England, aged 29 years. John Cadbury travelled from London to Moreton Bay on the Prince Consort, leaving 13 December and arriving 2 April He passed away on the 28th May at a Boarding. Fonds MS Cadbury Collection, - John Cadbury (), a member of a wealthy Quaker family, originally worked in the tea and coffee trade. He saw the potential of cocoa powder and in opened a factory in Birmingham which developed various kinds of cocoas and drinking chocolate.

    ( ) was the second son of Quaker John Cadbury, the founder of Cadbury s cocoa and chocolate er with his younger brother George he took over the family business in and in they acquired 14 acres (57, m²) of land. Cadbury family: lt;p|>|The Cadbury family| is a prominent British family of industrialists descending from Richar World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

      John Cadbury, who founded a tea-and-coffee shop in Birmingham in , practiced a brand of “Quaker capitalism” that valued hard work and “wealth creation for . Helping the World Find the Best Chocolate.


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John Cadbury (12 August – 11 May ) was an English proprietor and founder of Cadbury, the chocolate business based in Birmingham, England. Biography. John Cadbury John Cadbury was born in Birmingham on 12 August to Richard Tapper Cadbury and his wife Elizabeth Head.

He was from a wealthy Quaker family that moved to the area from the west of England. 1801-1889. book John went to school at Joseph Children: 7, including George and Richard Cadbury. John Cadbury ( – ) John Cadbury was born in Birmingham to Richard Tapper Cadbury, who was from a wealthy Quaker family that moved to the area from the west of England.

As a Quaker in the 1801-1889. book 19th century, he was not allowed to enter a university, so could not pursue a. John Cadbury () founder of Cadbury Brothers and proprietor. Died aged c. John Cadbury (12 August – 11 May ) was proprietor of the small chocolate business in Birmingham which became the cornerstone business of Cadbury, today a brand with major production in England in an overseas-led multinational company.

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A Quiet Corner at Bournville', Young women reading in the communal gardens of the ideal village built near Birmingham for their employees by the chocolate manufacturers Cadburys, founded by the Quaker businessman John Cadbury ().

From 'Cocoa: All About It'. (London, ). Cadbury was established in Birmingham, England inby John Cadbury who sold tea, coffee and drinking chocolate. Cadbury developed the business with his brother Benjamin, followed by his sons Richard and George.

George developed the Bournville estate, a model village designed to give the company's workers improved living conditions. Dairy. Richard Tapper Cadbury (), a native of Exeter moved to Birmingham in where he and Joseph Rutte started a tea and coffee business.

Richard's son, John Cadbury () took over the business and was the founder of Cadbury, the chocolate business based in Birmingham. Early History of the Gadberry family. John Cadbury – was proprietor of a small chocolate business in Birmingham, England, that later became part of Cadbury plc, one of the world’s largest chocolate producers.

John Cadbury was on the Management Committee, and paid for and built the Birmingham Homeopathic Hospital in Cambridge Street, and they manufactured *Homeopathic Cocoa. One of the earliest tracable ancestors of the Cadbury family was James Cadbury (d) who was a farmer in Culmdavey.

One of his descendants was Richard Tapper Cadbury () who was the father of John Cadbury () and Benjamin Head Cadbury (). Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results John Cadbury 5 ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile.

We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile. John Cadbury, - John Cadbury John Cadbury was born on month dayat birth place, to Richard Tapper Cadbury and Elizabeth Cadbury (born Head).

Richard was born on November 6in Exeter, Devon, England. Elizabeth was born on March 7in Woodbridge, Suffolk, England. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.

This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. The Cadbury family is a prominent British family of industrialists descending from Richard Tapper Cadbury.

Richard Tapper Cadbury (–) draper and abolitionist, who financed his sons' start-up business. John Cadbury (–), family patriarch and founder of the Cadbury chocolate company working with two brothers ∞ Candia Barrow Cadbury née Barrow. John Cadbury. – John Cadbury foundedwas the fifth child and third son of Richard Tapper Cadbury, a draper, of Birmingham.

He was educated at Joseph Crosfields Quaker School at Hartshill. In he was apprenticed to Quaker John Cudworth of Leeds to learn the retail tea trade. John Cadbury retired in handing over the business to his eldest sons.

Richard and George. It is to their leadership that the success of the enterprise is owed as the company prospered. It is John’s sons who established Bournville Village. John Cadbury   John Cadbury, –, English Quaker businessman, founder of Animal Friends Society, which led to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

John Cadbury, another cuppa-chocolate Quaker, acquired a steam engine and built his own chocolate factory in Cocoa dealer John Cadbury (–), a Quaker, took from his faith a commitment to equality as well as objections to slavery, alcohol, war, and the frivolity of high society.

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Joseph Rowntree ( – ) chocolatier and educationalist. John Bright ( – ) prominent politician and statesman. George Cadbury ( – ) chocolatier and founder of Bournville ‘model village’. Rufus Jones ( – ) theologian.[John Cadbury, half-length portrait, facing front] Summary Photograph shows John Cadbury, the founder of the Cadbury chocolate company in Birmingham, England.

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