John Viney

John Viney (1786/87 in London – 23 June 1856 in Herne Bay, Kent), was an English trunkmaker who operated from 122 Aldersgate Street, Saint Botolph, Aldersgate in the City of London, trading as ''Viney and Co Trunk Makers'' and later as ''John Viney and Son''. John and Robert Viney were the sons of John and Mary Viney, and produced trunks sold to the East India Company for the use of the Army and Navy. In 1818 they lived at St. Paul's Church-yard.

The census of 6 June 1841 records John Viney as a trunk manufacturer living at Lambeth, Surrey and being 50–54 years old. The census of 30 March 1851 records him as a trunk manufacturer living at 2 Terrace, Camberwell, Surrey, married and age 64.

John Elliott Viney (1809–1906) became a partner in 1875 of Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd, printers at Aylesbury.

The Viney premises were insured by Sun Fire Office on 16 April 1834. Provided by Wikipedia