Athur Guinness's Social Links
Arthur Guinness was born in 1724 in Celbridge, Ireland, and died in 1803. He was educated at the University of London. With a small inheritance he was given by his godfather, Arthur Price, he invested in a Dublin brewery. He had learned the art of brewing from his father and from Arthur Price. At first, the brewery was located in County Kildare, but then the brewery was later located at St. James Gate and he took a 9,000 year old lease on the property.
He was active in politics and affairs of his church. The father of 21 children was a Protestant Anglo-Irish. He enjoyed setting up Irish Sunday Schools in his spare time and gave back to his community. In 2009, the still profitable company, set up the Arthur Guinness Fund. This fund honors Guinness and is to be used to benefit those who use skills and opportunities in order to benefit their community.
Companies and Investments
Guinness Brewery (Founder)
The greatest lesson is to have strong values. Values are important and you must know them and follow them. Then you must pass these values on to your friends, family, and employees. It doe snot matter how much money you have, if you do not have values you are poor. This, and the importance of good beer and the most valuable lessons in life.
|“||For each petal on the shamrock this brings a wish your way. Good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.||”|
|“||Earn all you can. Save all you can. Give all you can. Your wealth is evidence of a calling from God, so use your abundance for the good of mankind.||”|
Athur Guinness's Quotes
|“||Give all you can.||”|
John Wesley, Arthur Price