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Is this the same edward green?

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Found this site http://www.snodlandhistory.org.uk/genealogy/18il.htm do a search on "cordwainer"  it says:
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William/Ann marr.     14-02-1765      William Keeble of S, bach., and Anne Godden of S bap.      31-03-1765      Frances, dau. William and Ann bap.      07-08-1768      John, son of William and Ann bap.      18-02-1770      Ann, dau. of William and Ann bap.      15-03-1772      Elizabeth, dau. William and Ann Cable; bur. aged 14, 31-12- 1786 bap.      28-05-1775      Richard, son of William and Ann Cable bap.      28-06-1778      Jane, dau. of William and Ann; = James Osmotherly of S: 28 - 9-1800 bur.       12-06-1782      Ann, wife of William Keble bur.       02-04-1788      Wm Kebble, aged 50 years, by the Parish bur.       24-02-1790      Richard Townsend Kebble, son of Ann, aged 5 days William: witness at wedding: Alldridge/Kyle: 07-04-1763 PS/Ma 2, f.65: 01-06-1765. William Kable, now residing in Snodland, saith that he was born in Snodland where his father Hugh was a parishioner. Was bound apprentice to Edward Green of Aylesford [cordwainer] for 5 years and served him 5 years. [Adjudged settled at Aylesford with wife Ann and dau. Frances.] Apprenticeship dated 09-04-1755
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As Edward Green founded the company with his name in 1890, he can't have been around some 100 years earlier.
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This EG company was founded in 1890, but did Mr. Green come from a family of cordwainers with a grandpa named Edward? -
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