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John Wade Coxeter

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John Wade Coxeter (1873-1956) of Coxeter and Sons and J. Coxeter and Co

1891 Living at 52 Oak Street, Abingdon: Job Coxeter (age 44 born Abingdon), Iron Merchant and Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Mary Anne Coxeter (age 49 born Summerstown, 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]

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  1. 1891 Census