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Jonathan Ireland, Junior

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Jonathan Ireland (1838- )

1838 Born in Manchester, son of Jonathan Ireland

1851 Living at 42 Moreton Street, Cheetham: Jonathan Ireland (age 56 born Sedbergh), Mechanical Engineer Master employing 8 men. With his wife Mary Ireland (age 54 born Sedbergh) and their children Hannah Ireland (age 27 born Manchester); Emma Ireland (age 21 born Manchester); Sarah A. Ireland (age 19 born Manchester); Jonathan Ireland (age 12 born Manchester); and Isabella Ireland (age 15 born Manchester).[1]

1861 Living at 21 Moreton Street, Cheetham: Jonathan Ireland (age 65 born Sedbergh), Foundry Engineer. With his wife Mary Ireland (age 63 born Sedbergh) and their children Jonathan Ireland (age 23 born Manchester), Ironmonger; Hannah Ireland (age 36 born Manchester), Schoolmistress; and Isabella Ireland (age 24 born Manchester), Schoolmistress. Also his grand-daughters Emma I. Simpson (age 9 born Bradford) and Kate E. Simpson (age 7 born Manchester). One servant.[2]

1865 Married. 'On the 21st inst., at the Cathedral, by the Rev. J. Troutbeck, M.A., Mr. Jonathan Ireland, of Stangeways, to Anne, daughter of Mr. John Collinge, of Cheetham.'[3]

1871 Jonathan was an Iron works engineer, employing 9 men[4]

1881 Jonathan was a civil engineer.[5]

1891 Living with his daughter in Blackpool.[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. Manchester Times - Saturday 28 January 1865
  4. 1871 Census
  5. 1881 Census
  6. 1891 Census