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John Proctor

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1833 Born in Longton

1845 Is this the John Proctor who went into partnership with James Meakin at Lane End, Longton?

1871 Eartheware manufacturer employing 44 men, 20 women, 32 boys and girls, living in Normacott with Ann Proctor 29, Albert H Proctor 7, Adelaide F Proctor 2[1]

1881 Earthenware Manufacture Employing 28 Men 13 Women & 12 Boys, in Normacott, Stone, with Annie Proctor 39, Albert H. Proctor 17, Adelaide F. Proctor 12, Percy J. Proctor 7[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census