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Frederick Huxham

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Frederick Huxham (c1805-1859) of Huxhams and Brown

c1805 Born the son of William Huxham

1839 Advertisement. 'IRON FOUNDRY, COMMERCIAL ROAD, EXETER. All Persons indebted to the Estate of the late Mr. WILLIAM HUXHAM, are requested to pay the same to his Son FREDERICK HUXHAM, who will continue the Business as usual, and any parties having any demands, are requested to forward the same.'[1]

1851 Living at 52 Alphington Road, Exeter: Charles Huxham (age 33 born Exeter), Iron Founder employing with his partners 41 men and boys as Huxhams and Brown. Also his brother Frederick Huxham (age 46 born Exeter), partner see above. Also James A. Brown (age 41 born Hampstead, Mddx.) partner see above. His wife Mary V. Brown (age 39 born Exeter), and their children Ralph A. Brown (age 7 born Exeter), Charles A. Brown (age 5 born Exeter), Edward V. Brown (age 3 born Exeter), Margaret M. Brown (age 2 born Exeter), and Female Infant Not Named Brown (age 1 Month born Exeter). Two servants.[2]

1859 November 1st. Died. At Sydney Cottage, Alphington Road, of Pleurisy, of the firm of Huxham and Brown, ironfounders, age 54.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Western Times - Saturday 19 October 1839
  2. 1851 Census
  3. Western Times - Saturday 05 November 1859