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The Second Arthur Guinness

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The Second Arthur Guinness
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Age87 (age at death)
Birthday 12 March, 1768
Birthplace Beaumont, Dublin, Ireland
Died 9 June, 1855
Place of Death Beaumont, Dublin, Ireland
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Nationality Irish
Occupation Business
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Arthur Guinness (12 March 1768 – 9 June 1855) was a successful brewer, banker, politician and flour miller in Dublin, Ireland. To avoid confusion with his father, also Arthur Guinness (1725–1803), he is often known as "the second Arthur Guinness" or as Arthur Guinness II or Arthur II Guinness.

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