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Charles Barnard (1836-1912)

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Charles Barnard (1836-1912) of Barnard, Bishop and Barnards

c1836 Born in Norwich the son of Charles Barnard

1851 Living at Gildengate street, Norwich: Charles Barnard (age 47 born Brecon Ash, Norfolk), Iron Worker employing 71 hands. With his wife Mary Ann Barnard (age 40 born Norwich) and their seven children; Marian Ellen Barnard (age 20 born Norwich); Jane Ann Barnard (age 17 born Norwich); Charles Barnard (age 15 born Norwich); Ironmonger's Apprentice; Godfrey Barnard (age 15 born Norwich), Ironmonger's Apprentice; Clement Barnard (age 12 born Norwich); John Hilling Barnard (age 6 born Norwich); and Alfred Barnard (age 3 born Norwich). One visitor, Two servants.[1]

1912 October 3rd. Died, of Willows, Mount Pleasant, Eaton, Norwich. Probate to his widow Elizabeth Anne Barnard and James Garton Bower, managing director of iron works.

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  1. 1851 Census