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Nathaniel George Wilcocks (1837-1902)

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Nathaniel George Wilcocks, of Weedon and Wilcocks and N. G. Wilcocks

1837 Born in Bath on the 2 November, son of Nathaniel Wilcocks and Jane Weedon.

1851 Living at 5-6 Upper Borough Walls, Bath, with his parents, three sisters and a servant.[1]

1861 Living at 15 Westgate Street, Bath, with his mother, two sisters and aunt. Occupation: Brass Founder and Gas Fitter, employing 4 men 6 apprentices and 4 boys - business run in partnership with his mother.[2]

1871 Living at 15 Westgate Street, Bath, with his wife Emma and son Nathaniel. Occupation: Brass Founder.[3]

1881 Living at 44 Avon Street. Occupation: Brass Founder, employing 20 hands.[4]

1891 Living at 7 Sunny Bank, Widcombe, Bath, with wife Emma, son Nathaniel, and a servant. Occupation; Machine Valuer.[5]

1902 Died in Barnstable, Devon.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
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