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Thomas Kerslake (1809-1881)

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Thomas Kerslake (1809-1881) of Thomas Kerslake

1851 Living at 102 Fore Street, Exeter: Thomas Kerslake (age 42 born Exeter), Ironmonger employing 10 men. With his wife Mary Kerslake (age 60 born Exeter) and their daughter Mary E. Kerslake (age 17 born Exeter), Assistant Ironmonger. Also one assistant and one servant.[1]

1881 Living at Elston Farm House, Chumleigh: Thomas Kerslake (age 70 born Exeter), Engineer. In the house of his daughter Mary Elizabeth Pearce and her family.[2]

1881 November 4th. Died. 'Kerslake.— Nov. 4, the West of England Engineering Works, Bonhay, Exeter, Thomas Kerslake. aged 70.'[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. Western Times - Saturday 05 November 1881