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Charles Hart (1820- )

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Charles Hart of Hart and Son and Hart, Son, Peard and Co

c.1820 Born in London son of Joseph Hart

1848 Married Charlotte Caroline Pedler in Barnstaple[1]

1851 Charles Hart 31, ironmonger, lived in Kennington, with Charlotte Caroline Hart 30, Emily Harriett Hart 2[2]

1853 Ironmonger, at the baptism of his son Charles Joseph Hart[3]

1861 Charles Hart 41, Iron and brass founder, and manufacturer, in London, of the firm of Hart and Son, employing 84 men and 97 boys, lived in Harrow with Charlotte Hart 40, Mary C L Hart 5, Helen H Hart 3, Francis Hart 1, Arthur Herbert Hart 0[4]

1861 Brassfounder, at the baptism of his sons Francis and Arthur[5]

He was recorded as having lived in Harborne by his son Arthur when he was admitted to the Freedom of the City of London (1919).

1871 Charles Hart 51, iron and brass founder, lived in Harborne with Charles J Hart, architectural student 19, and George H Hart 18, medical student, and his sister Louisa Hart, 38 and Mary A Pedler (?) 61, sister in law[6]

1871 Charlotte C Hart 50, merchant's wife, was in Brighton with Emily H Hart 22, Mary C Hart 15, Helen C S Hart 13, France E Hart 11, Arthur H Hart 10, Albert E Hart 8[7]

1880 Charles Hart (age 60 or 62) was buried in Harborne[8]

1881 Caroline C. Hart 60, widow, of independent means, was living on the Isle of Wight with Mary C.L. Hart 25, Arthur H. Hart 20, medical student, Mary L. Hart 30, and grand-daughters Dorothy M. Hart 2, Gertrude M. Hart 4 months[9]

1891 Charlotte C Hart 70, widow, living on own means, in Edgbaston, with Charles Joseph Hart 39, art metal worker, Mary C F Hart 35, Bertram A. E. Hart, art metal worker 28[10]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census
  3. Parish records
  4. 1861 census
  5. Parich records
  6. 1871 census
  7. 1871 census
  8. Parish records
  9. 1881 census
  10. 1891 census