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John Wolstenholme (1834- )

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c.1834 Born in Elton, Lancs

1871 Engineer, master employing 18 men and 3 boys, lived in Radcliffe[1] - see John Wolstenholme

1881 John Wolstenholme 46, Master Engineer & Machine Maker Employing 16 Men 7 Boys, lived in Radcliffe with Eliza Wolstenholme 43, Martha A. Wolstenholme 21, Edwin Wolstenholme 16, Edith Wolstenholme 14, Clara Wolstenholme 10, Mary Wolstenholme 8[2]

1891 Engineer and iron founder, employer.[3]

1901 Retired to Blackpool[4]

1907 A John Wolstenholme, age 75, died in Fylde[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 census
  5. BMD