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John Crawford Stevenson

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John Crawford Stevenson (1835-1910), of J. C. Stevenson and Co

c.1835 Born in Warton, Lancs., son of James Stevenson

1860 Married Ann Robinson in Preston

1861 John C... Stevenson 26, engineer, lived in Preston with Ann Stevenson 24[1]

1871 of Canal Foundry, Preston, an observer at the trials of 2 makes of fire engine in Preston

1881 John C. Stevenson 46, Engineer & Iron Founder Employing 148 Men & 22 Boys, lived at 101 Fishergate Hill, Preston, with Ann Stevenson 45, Emily Stevenson 19, Fanny Stevenson 18, Lucy Stevenson 15, Annie Stevenson 14, Sarah Stevenson 12, John Stevenson 9[2]

1883 Retired from J. C. Stevenson and Co

1891 John C Stevenson 56, mechanical engineer, worker, lived in Blackburn with Fanny Stevenson 28, Sarah Stevenson 20, John Stevenson 19, mechanical engineer apprentice[3]

1910 Died in Chorlton[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. BMD