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George McCorquodale

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c.1818 Born in Liverpool

1851 George McCorquodale 33, Stationer, printer, firm of 2, master employing 63 men, 35 boys, 27 women and 14 boys, lived in Newton, Warrington with Louisa Kate McCorquodale 28, Hugh McCorquodale 5, Mary McCorquodale 4, Lucia Hall McCorquodale 2, Louisa McCorquodale 11 Mo [1]

1861 George McCorquodale 43, JP, Lieut Colonel, volunteer reserve, paper maker, stationer and printer, employeed 500-600, stationers at Newton, Liverpool, London and Glasgow, lived in Newton-in-Makerfield, with Louisa Kate McCorquodale 37, Mary McCorquodale 14, Louisa McCorquodale 10, Helen McCorquodale 9, George F McCorquodale 7, Elizabeth McCorquodale 5, Alexander C McCorquodale 3, Kate McCorquodale 1[2]

1881 George Mc Corquadale 63, magistrate, paper maker, lived in Newton-in-Makerfield, with Emily Mc Corquadale 45, Alexander C. Mc Corquadale 23, printer employing 462 hands, member of firm, Kate Mc Corquadale 21, Isabella B. Mc Corquadale 19, Edith B. E. Mc Corquadale 7, Hugh S. Mc Corquadale 5[3]

1891 George Mc Corquadale 63, magistrate, paper maker, lived in Newton-in-Makerfield with Emily Mc Corquadale 45, Alexander C. Mc Corquadale 23, magistrate, publisher, Kate Mc Corquadale 21, Isabella B. Mc Corquadale 19, Edith B. E. Mc Corquadale 7, Hugh S. Mc Corquadale 5[4]

1895 Died in Angelsea[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. National probate calendar