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J.P. for City of Stoke-on-Trent since 1910.
Auctioneer and Valuer.
York Villas, Tunstall, Stoke on- Trent.
Born 1856 at Tunstall. Son of the late Simeon Cotton.
Educated at Public Schools.
Married (first) 1878, Rose Ann, daughter of the late John Aspinall ; (second), 1907, Gavina Martha, daughter of late William Naismith, J.P., County of Lanark.
Chairman Tunstall U.D.C., 1905 and 6 ;
Member of Staffs.C.C. 1902-10 ;
Member of Wolstanton School Board, 1890-02 ;
Member of Burslem and Wolstanton Board of Guardians nine years ;
Member of Stoke-on-Trent City Council, 1910-13 ;
Chairman of Burslem and Tunstall Liberal Association ;
Member of Tunstall Roman Catholic School Managers since 1903 ;
Wesleyan Methodist Lay Preacher from 1879 ;
Circuit Secretary twenty-one years.
Recreations—Cricket and Bowls.
Heir—James Baker Cotton. Born 1881.
"Who's Who in Staffordshire" 1934
Dwelling: 25 Gaol Road
Census Place: Stafford St Mary, Stafford, England
Marr | Age | Sex
|Arthur COTTON||M 24 M||Head||Tunstall||Singer Sewing M Agent|
|Rosa Ann COTTON||M 24 F||Wife||Tunstall|
|Edith E. COTTON||2 F||Daur||Tunstall|
|James B. COTTON||1 M||Son|
|Ellen F. COTTON||M 23 F||Visitor||Tunstall|
|George T. COTTON||3 M||Visitor||Tunstall|
|Myra COTTON||11 F||Serv|