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Job Coxeter

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Job Coxeter (c1847-1926) of Coxeter and Sons

1890 Partnership change. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned, Charles Coxeter the elder, Charles Coxeter the younger, and Job Coxeter, all of Abingdon, in the county of Berks, Ironmongers, Stationers, Hardwaremen, Furniture Dealers, Marine Store and General .Dealers, has been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts and liabilities of the Partnership will be discharged by,and all accounts should be paid to, the said Job Coxeter and Charles Henry Coxeter, by whom the business will be carried on...'

1891 Living at 52 Ody Street, Abingdon: Job Coxeter (age 44 born Abingdon), Iron Merchant and Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Mary Anne Coxeter (age 49 born Somerstown, Mddx.) and their five children; John Wade Coxeter (age 17 born Abingdon), Iron Monger; Bertram Baker Coxeter (age 16 born Abingdon), Iron Monger; Ernest Jefferies Coxeter (age 12 born Abingdon); Charles Lichfield Coxeter (age 11 born Abingdon); Elsie Mary Coxeter (age 6 born Abingdon). Also his nephew Edwin Geo Bathurst Wadel (age 6 born Highgate, Mddx.). Two servants.[1]

1901 Living at Ody Road, Abingdon: Job Coxeter (age 53 born Abingdon), Cycle Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Mary A. Coxeter (age 59 born Somerstown, Mddx.) and their two children Mary C. Coxeter (age 28 born Abingdon) and Jessie R. Coxeter (age 24 born Abingdon). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census