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John Connolly

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John Connolly (c1817-1877) of the company that became J. W. and T. Connolly

1851 Living at 31 Gordon terrace, Islington: John Connelly (age 35 born St. Pancras), Tyre Smith. With his wife Mrs. Connelly (age 26 born St. Pancras) and their five children; James Connelly (age 9 born St. Pancras); William Connelly (age 6 born St. Pancras); Maria Connelly (age 5 born St. Pancras); Thomas Connelly (age 3 born St. Pancras); and Mary Ann Connelly (age 12 born St. Pancras). Two lodgers and a visitor.[1]

1861 Living at 32 Gordon Terrace, Islington: John Conolly (age 44), Tyre Smith employing 17? men and 4 boys. With his wife Maria Conolly (age 45 born - ) and their nine children; James Conolly (age 19 born - ) Tyre Smith; William Conolly (age 17 born - ) Tyre Smith: Maria Conolly (age 15 born - ); Thomas Conolly (age 12 born - ); Mary Ann Conolly (age 10 born - ); Georgina Conolly (age 8 born - ); John Conolly (age 6 born - ); Elizabeth Conolly (age 4 born - ); and Samuel Conolly (age 2 born - ). One servant.[2]

1877 March 21st. Died. Of 11 Wharfdale Road, King's Cross.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census