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William Clark Inglis

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1836 Born in Bow, Middx., son of William and Amelia Inglis[1]

1861 William Inglis 58, accountant, lived in Deptford with Amelia Inglis 51, William C Inglis 24, mechanical engineer[2]

1861 of New Cross, London SE, when he wrote to The Engineer

1871 Draughtsman living with his parents in Deptford[3]

1881 William Inglis 44, commercial traveller (hydraulic engineers), lived in Greenwich with Eliza Inglis 37, Elisa M. Inglis 6[4]

1891 Wm C Inglis 52, mechanical engineer and draughtsman, lived in Lewisham with Elora Inglis 17, Elias M Inglis 16[5]

1901 William C Inglis 64, engineer's draughtsman, lived in Lewisham with Eliza Inglis 57[6]

1911 William Clark Inglis 74, draughtsman to engineers and founders, lived in Lewisham with Eliza Inglis 68[7]

1919 Died in Lewisham[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. Dr William's Library
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1901 census
  7. 1911 census
  8. BMD