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Henry Vaughan (1829-1898)

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Henry Vaughan (1829-1898)

1829 Born in Llanelly

1861 Henry Vaughan 32, engine fitter, lived in Lincoln, with Elizabeth Vaughan 31, William Henry Vaughan 5, Elizabeth Vaughan 4, Catherine Vaughan 1[1]

1871 Henry Vaughan 41, engine fitter, lived in Lincoln, with Elizabeth Vaughan 41, William H Vaughan 15, Elizabeth Vaughan 13, John Thomas Vaughan 9, Jane Vaughan 7, Henrietta Vaughan 5[2]

Works Manager of Ruston, Proctor and Co.

1879 Formation of Vaughan and Stubbs, making the ejector developed with Stubbs.

1881 Henry Vaughan 51, Managing Engineer of R. P. Co, (Engine Maker), lived in Lincoln with Elizabeth Vaughan 51, Elizabeth Vaughan 23, Jane Vaughan 17, Henrietta Vaughan 15[3]

1891 Henry Vaughan 61, manager of engineering works, lived in Lincoln with Elizabeth Vaughan 61, Henrietta Vaughan 25[4]

Senior member of Vaughan and Son

Died 1898 aged 68.[5]


1898 Obituary [6]

"We regret to have to announce the death of Mr. Henry Vaughan, at Lindum Lodge, Fallowfield, the residence of his son. Mr. Vaughan was born in Wales, in 1829, and went to Lincoln in search of work in 1853. He obtained it in the Stamp End shops, and gradually made his way up to the post of assistant foreman, and then became foreman of one of the larger departments. After some years he left Stamp End with the intention of starting in business for himself, but such offers were made him that he gave up the idea, and became works manager at Messr. Ruston and Proctor's works. This post he held for twenty five years, retiring, indeed, from ill-health only four months ago. His severance from the Sheaf Works, after long and faithful service, was marked in a complimentary way by both masters and men. The directors presented him with a piece of silver plate, the officials and foremen with an illuminated address and silver inkstand, and other branches of that establishment with other testimonials"The Engineer 1898/06/17.



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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. The Engineer 1898/06/17, p579.
  6. The Engineer 1898/06/17, p583.