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George Attock

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George Attock (1812-1875)

c.1812 Born in Doncaster

1832 Married Hepzibah Priest in Manchester[1]

1834 Birth of son Martin

1841 George Attock 29, coach maker, lived in Liverpool with Martin Attock 7, George Attock 3, Alfred Attock 2 Mo, Hephgelah Attock 28, Mary Attock 2[2]

1846 Birth of son Frederick

The family moved to Stratford where George later became Carriage & Wagon Superintendent of the Eastern Counties Railway.

1851 George Atock 39, engine builder, lived in West Ham with Hephzibah Atock 36, Martin Atock 16, apprentice, George Atock 13, Fridrick Atock. 5, Elizabeth Atock 3, Phebe Ann Atock 1[3]

1861 George Attock 49, master coachmaker, lived in Stratford, West Ham with Hepzibah Attock 48, Mary Curtis Attock 21, Frederick Attock 15[4]

1875 Died; notice in the Engineer. [5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. 1841 census
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1861 census
  5. The Engineer 1875/08/27, p149