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Joseph Stubbs, Senior

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Joseph Stubbs, Senior (c1829- ) of Joseph Stubbs

c1829 Born in Carlisle

1852 December 23rd. Married to Hannah Oliver

1861 Living at 1 Harrison Street, Manchester: Joseph Stubbs (age 32 born Carlisle), Foreman Cotton Machine maker. With his wife Hannah Stubbs (age 33 born Manchester) and four children; Martha P. Stubbs (age 6 born Manchester); Mary Stubbs (age 5 born Manchester); William T. Stubbs (age 3 born Manchester); and Robert P. Stubbs (age 1 born Manchester). Also wife's father Robert Oliver (age 62 born Manchester), House Proprietor. One servant.[1]

1871 Living at 21 Green Street, Ardwick, Manchester: Joseph Stubbs (age 42 born Carlisle), Machine Maker. With his wife Hannah Stubbs (age 40 born Manchester)and their ten children; Martha A. Stubbs (age 16 born Manchester); Mary Stubbs (age 15 born Manchester); William T. Stubbs (age 13 born Manchester); Robert O. Stubbs (age 11 born Manchester); Joseph H. Stubbs (age 9 born Manchester); Rosetta O. Stubbs (age 7 born Manchester); Hannah Stubbs (age 5 born Manchester); John Stubbs (age 3 born Wakefield); Oliver Stubbs (age 1 born Wakefield); Percy Stubbs (age 2 Months born Manchester). Also his father-in-law Robert Oliver (age 72 born Manchester), Retired Brewer. One servant.[2]

Joseph died before 1880

1880 Death of his wife. 'On the 30th Ult., at Birchfield Place, Stockport Road, Hannah, widow of the late Joseph Stubbs, of Manchester, aged 49 years.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Saturday 06 November 1880