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William McNaught (b.1843)

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William McNaught (c1843- ) of J. and W. McNaught

1861 Living at 3 Oldham Road, Castleton, Lancs: William McNaught (age 49 born Manchester), Engineer and Millwright employing 40 men and 10 boys. With his wife Kezia McNaught (age 51 born Bury) and their five children; John McNaught (age 20 born Rochdale), Engineer and Millwright; William McNaught (age 17 born Rochdale), Engineer and Millwright; Elizabeth McNaught (age 15 born Rochdale); Harriet McNaught (age 13 born Rochdale); and Jane Ellen McNaught (age 9 born Rochdale). One servant.[1]

1881 Living at Crawford House, Castleton: William McNaught (age 69 born Manchester), Master Engineer. With his three children; John McNaught (age 40 born Rochdale), Master Engineer; and Will McNaught (age 38 born Rochdale), Master Engineer; and Jane E. McNaught (age 25 born Rochdale). Two servants.[2]

1891 Living at 119 Moss Street, Castleton: Kezia McNaught (age 82 born Bury), Widow. With her three children; John McNaught (age 50 born Rochdale), Steam Engine Maker - Employer; William McNaught (age 47 born Rochdale), Steam Engine Maker - Employer; and Jane Ellen McNaught (age 37 born Rochdale). One servant.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1891 Census