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George Hare Philipson

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George Hare Philipson (1801-1876) of Atkinson and Philipson

1801 January 23rd. Born in Newcastle

1830 February 30th. Married in Newcastle to Elizabeth Lucy Atkinson, the daughter of John Atkinson

1832 October 19th. Birth of son John Phillipson

1848 of Atkinson and Philipson

One of the early members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers

1851 Living at 93 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: George H. Phillipson (age 50 born Northumberland), Coach Builder employing 76 men and boys. With his wife Elizabeth L. Phillipson (age 47 born Newcastle) and their four sons; William Phillipson (age 16 born Newcastle); George? Phillipson (age 14 born Newcastle); Leonard W. Phillipson (age 13 born Newcastle); and Joseph A. Phillipson (age 11 born Newcastle). Two servants.[1]

1861 Living at 15 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: George H. Phillipson (age 60 born bedlington), Coach Maker employing 97 men and 48 boys. With his wife Elizabeth L. Philipson (age 56 born Newcastle) and their three sons; George H. Philipson (age 25 born Newcastle), Cambridge University; Leonard W. Philipson (age 23 born Newcastle), Coach Maker; Joseph P. Philipson (age 21 born Newcastle); Articled Clerk to Solicitors. Three servants.[2]

1876 June 5th. Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census