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Walter William Coltman

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Walter William Coltman (c1870- ) of Walter W. Coltman and Co

c1870 Born the son of Huram Coltman

1871 Living at Falcon House, Loughborough: Huram Coltman (age 39 born Wigston), Master Railway Engine Builder employing 17 men and 4 boys. With his wife Eliza Coltman (age 40 born Brayston) and their six children; John C. Coltman (age 15 born Loughborough); Eliza Ann Coltman (age 13 born Loughborough); Henrietta Coltman (age 7 born Loughborough); Florence Mary Coltman (age 5 born Loughborough); Ernest Edwin Coltman (age 3 born Loughborough); and Walter William Coltman (age 1 born Loughborough). One Servant.[1]

1881 Living at Island House, Mill Hill Mill, Loughborough: Hiram Coltman (age 49 born Wigston), Mechanical Engineer employing 13 men and 1 boy. With his wife Eliza Coltman (age 51 born Sutton in the (?)) and their six children; John Chas. Coltman (age 25 born Loughborough), Assistant Engineer; Eliza A. Coltman (age 23 born Loughborough); Henrietta Coltman (age 17 born Loughborough); Ernest E. Coltman (age 13 born Loughborough); Walter W. Coltman (age 11 born Loughborough); and Clara Coltman (age 8 born Loughborough). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census