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Epaphras Seage (1829-1896)

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Epaphras Seage (1829-1896)

1861 Living at 5 Chute Street, Exeter: Epaphras Teage (age 32 born Barnstaple), Coach Smith. With his wife Maria Teage (age 31 born Exeter) and their son Frederick J. Teage (age 2 born Exeter).[1]

1888 Patent application 1,307 by Epaphras Seage, Frederick Seage and Frederick Treeby Reid for 'Fasteners for printer's tapes and other purposes'.

1896 Probate. Of 17 Codrington Street and 5 1/2 Clifton Road, Exeter. Granted to Frederick Seage, Engineer

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census