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William Hendra

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William Hendra (1811-1882), Iron Founder

1851 Living at 54 Eccleston Place, Westminster: Wm Hendra (age 40 born Cornwall), Iron Founder. With his wife Elizabeth Hendra (age 37 born Cornwall) and their eight children; Thos Hendra (age 17 born Cornwall); Elizabeth Hendra (age 15 born Cornwall); Wm Hendra (age 12 born Cornwall); Henry Hendra (age 10 born Mddx.); Philip Hendra (age 8 born Mddx.); Mary Hendra (age 6 born Mddx.); Maria Hendra (age 4 born Mddx.); and John Hendra (age 2 Months born Mddx.). One visitor.[1]

1881 Living at River Cottage, 124 Church Road, Battersea: William Hendra (age 70 born Phillick, Cornwall), Iron Founder. With his wife Elizabeth Hendre (age 69 bporn Brague, Cornwall). One boarder. Two servants.[2]

1882 September 7th. Died, of 19 Oakley Crescent, Chelsea, and late of River Cottage, Church Road, Battersea, Ironfounder. Probate to Henry Hendra, 76 Redesdale Street, Chelsea, and Phillip Hendra, 20 Bramerton Street, King's Road, Chelsea, Ironfounders.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1881 Census