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James Hutchings

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James Hutchings (c1814- ) of the Great Western Railway Hotel, Exeter

1851 Living at Hoopers, St. David's Hill, Exeter: James Hutchings (age 37 Newton St. Cyres), Inn Keeper. With his wife Elizabeth and two daughters.[1]

1858 October 13th. Death at the Railway Hotel, Exeter, Mr. J. Hutchings of Newton St. Cyres, age 74.[2] Possibly the father of James the Inn Keeper.

1861 Living at 12 Red Cow Village, Exeter: James Hutchings (age 46 Newton St. Cyres), Inn Keeper. With his wife Elizabeth and two daughters and a son.[3]

1862 November 24th. Died. James Hutchings of the Railway Hotel, aged 48 years.[4]

His wife Elizabeth Evans, of the Railway Hotel, died in 1864 age 52.[5][6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Exeter Flying Post - Thursday 28 October 1858
  3. 1851 Census
  4. Western Daily Mercury. - Thursday 27 November 1862
  5. Exeter Flying Post - Wednesday 27 January 1864
  6. Western Times - Friday 29 January 1864