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Silver rose bowl, presented to George White of Quorn, 1919

George White was a very well-known Quorn figure. His main job was a solicitorís clerk at Woolley, Beardsley and Bosworth Solicitors in Loughborough, a position he held for over 50 years. However he was also Clerk to Quorndon Urban District Council, secretary to Quorn Building Society, a house agent and a property developer. He lived with his family at Rose Cottage on Loughborough Road, which was situated on a plot which is now occupied by houses numbered 21, 21a and 21b.

The bowl is inscribed:

Presented to Mr George White by Woolley, Beardsley and Bosworth Solicitors, Loughborough, as a token of their appreciation of his services during a period of fifty years in the firms employ
25th January 1869 ... 25th January 1919

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 Submitted on: 2019-01-15
 Submitted by: Sue Templeman
 Artefact ID: 2042
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