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Charles Worssam

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Charles Worssam (1805-1886)

1805 Born in Lambeth the son of John Worssam and his wife Ann Jarvis. Brother of Samuel William Worssam and George Jervis Worssam.

1836 Married in Shoreditch Mary Ann Newton[1], daughter of Henry George Newton

1845 Walter Newton Worssam, son of Charles and Mary Ann Worssam, was baptised in Hoxton; Charles was a millwright[2]

1871 Ch Worssam 66, civil engineer, lived in Hackney with Mary Ann Worssam 56, Walter Worssam 28, civil engineer, Ada Worssam 22, Alice Worssam 19, Julia Worssam 17[3]

1881 Charles Worssam 77, mechanical engineer, master, lived in Stamford Hill with Mary Worssam 67, Walter Worssam 38, Mechanical Engineer Foreman, Ada Worssam 32, Julia Worssam 29[4]

1886 of Stoke Newington when he died[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. Parish records
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. National probate calendar