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John Thompson Fletcher

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John Thompson Fletcher (1817-1891), shipbuilder

1817 February 27th. Born in Shadwell

1845 Married in Tottenham to Mary Hannam Messer

1861 Living at Kilburn House, Kilburn Road, Willesden: John T. Fletcher (age 44 born Shadwell, Mddx.), Magistrate, Shipbuilder, Owner and Under Master? With his wife Mary H. Fletcher (age 41 born Bloomsbury) andf their eight children; Harriet E. Fletcher (age 20 born Poplar); Joseph J. Fletcher (age 19 born Poplar); Alfre J. Fletcher (age 17 born Poplar); Cathrine M. Fletcher (age 14 born Tottenham); Walter J. Fletcher (age 12 born Poplar); Isabel G. Fletcher (age 9 born Poplar); Evelyn Fletcher (age 4 born Kilburn); and Harold M. Fletcher (age 2 born Kilburn). Four servants.[1]

1891 May 31st. Died, of the Birches, Upper Norwood. Probate to his son Harold Seymer Fletcher, gentleman, and his daughter Harriet Emma Fletcher.

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  1. 1861 Census