James lee possibly one of the Lee family of Watch and Clock makers in the town.
James held a shop at 58 Great Moor Street in 1869
James appeared as a witness in a court case in 1860, listed as a Watchmaker.
It was reported in the Liverpool Mercury, that James Lee visited his friends and while there, the thirteen year old son of the friend, entered the empty premises and stole from them.
Liverpool Mercury 22 April 1870