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William Cuthbert

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1813 Born in Benwell, Newcastle, brother of John Rawlinson Cuthbert[1]

1851 Living in Sandoe, Hexham with his father, William Cuthbert senior, a magistrate, were William Cuthbert junior, 37, his wife Mary Cuthbert 22, and Ann Cuthbert 9, Mary Constance Cuthbert 7, Fanny Isab Cuthbert 6 Emily Cuthbert 4, and William Cuthbert 3, and another son aged 1 month[2]

1861 A magistrate, coal owner and merchant, living in Sandoe, with Fanny J Cuthbert 16, Emily Cuthbert 14, William Cuthbert 13, Alice B Cuthbert 8, Richard Cuthbert 4, Claude A Cuthbert 8 months[3]

1871 Land owner, coal owner, lead manufacturer, living in Sandhoe, Hexham, with Mary Cuthbert 48, Richard Cuthbert 14, Claud Arthur Cuthbert 10, Gerald James Cuthbert 9, Mary S Cuthbert 7[4]

1876 Left the partnership of Cookson and Co

1878 Died in Hexham

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Sources of Information

  1. National Probate Calendar
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census