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James Hobson Allcard

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James Hobson Allcard (c1831-1887) of Easterbrook, Allcard and Co

c1831 Born the son of James Allcard (1796-1867), a builder, and his wife Dinah Hobson (1796-1864)

1851 Living at Hanover Street, Broomhall, Sheffield: James Allcard (age 62 born Isleford, Derby.), Builder. With his wife Dinah Allcard (age 53 born Owleton, Yks.) and their sons Henry Allcard (age 32 born Sheffield), Builders son and James Allcard (age 21 born Sheffield), Builders son. One servant.[1]

1858 August 11th. Married at Dronfield to Eunice Sarah Booker

1861 Living at Parkers Road,Nether Hallam, Sheffield: James Hobson Allcard (age 31 born Sheffield), Engineers Tool Maker. With his wife Eunice Sarah Allcard (age 31 born Chesterfield) and their children Mary Eunice Allcard (age 1 born Sheffield) and Charles William Booker Allcard (age 2 months born Sheffield). Also a nurse and a servant.[2]

1871 Living at brown Villa, Eccleshall, Sheffield: James H. Allcard (age 41 born Sheffield), Engineers Tool manufacturer. With his wife Eunice S. Allcard (age 41 born Chesterfield) and their children Harry Allcard (age 8 born Sheffield), Annie Allcard (age 5 born Sheffield), Jessie Allcard (age 4 born Sheffield), and James B. Allcard (age 2 born Sheffield). Also one visitor and three servants.[3]

1887 September 26th. Died

1887 Probate shows him as an Engineers' Tool Manufacturer

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1871 Census