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Huram Coltman

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Huram Coltman (1831-1904), of Henry Hughes and Co and H. Coltman and Sons

1831 December 28th. Born at Wigston, the son of Charles Coltman, a framesmith, and his wife Ann

1854 Married(1) to Eliza Lovett (1830–1892)

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]

1894 Married(2) to Mary Agnes Wakerley (1862–1935)

1904 June 8th. Died. Of Longwood, Park Road, Loughborough. Probate to John Charles Coltman, Ernest Edwin Coltman and Walter William Coltman, engineers and boilermakers.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census