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Charles Sandford Windover

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Charles Sandford Windover (c1830-1900) of Charles S. Windover and Co

C1830 Born the son of Charles Windover, Boilermaker, and his wife Elizabeth Thorpe

1849 July 29th. Married at Deptford to Jane Houghton

1881 Living at Canning Street, Huntingdon: Charles Sandford Windover (age 51 born Grantham), Carriage Manufacturer. With his wife Jane Windover (age 52 born Grantham) and tyhgeir five children; John Charles Windover (age 28 born Hunter's River, Australia), Carriage Manufacturer; Mary Jane Windover (age 24 born Hunter's River, Australia); Ernest Laurence Windover (age 20 born Huntingdon), Carriage Builder; Alice Beatrice Windover (age 17 born Huntingdon); and Arthur Victor Windover (age 11 born Huntingdon). Four visitors. Two servants.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census