TAYLOR James Coles

Name James Coles TAYLOR
Country Of Origin unknown
Born unknown
Died unknown
Birth/ Baptism
Apprenticeship unknown
Skills Jeweller
Work Locations Hobart
Street Address
Miller’s Chambers, Murray Street, Hobart
51 Murray Street, Hobart
61 Elizabeth Street, Hobart
Marriage/Spouse 11 December 1890, Lansdowne Crescent, Hobart, to Mary Anne Venn
Other Approx. 1892-1904: Manufacturing jewellery business partnership with watchmaker and jeweller John Sharp, Taylor and Sharp.

Approx. December 1899: Taylor and Sharp opened a store on Murray Street, adding retail to their manufacturing business. The Miller’s Chambers workshop continued under James Taylor’s guidance.

By 1901: Opened a second store at 61 Elizabeth Street due to business growth.

May 1904: Dissolution of partnership by mutual consent. John Sharp continued the business under the Taylor and Sharp name. James continued to work in his trade in Western Australia.

11 December 1940: James and Mary Taylor celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary at Blackheath, Blue Mountains, New South Wales.

1941: Mary Anne Taylor died in Western Australia.

Death unknown
TAHO: RGD37/1/49 no827 Marriage 1890.
Web: Australia Electoral Rolls 1931, 1937.
Tasmanian News 21 December 1899, 23 December 1901; The Mercury (Hobart) 16 October 1900, 3 February 1903, 7 June 1904, 11 December 1940, 13 September 1944, 3 September 1952; Daily News 12 April 1926; Kalgoorlie Miner 1 September 1933; The Examiner (Launceston) 13 December 1938; West Australian 5 December 1941 [Mary Anne Taylor].