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Daniel Spink

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c.1832 Born in London

1861 Daniel Spink 29, civil engineer, lived in Stowey, Bridgwater, with Elizabeth Spink 34,, sister in law, Eliza Collins 42, Sarah Alice Spink 3, Marshall Leth A Spink 1[1]

1865 Richard Charles Else retired from Hennet, Spink and Else

1870 Hennet and Spink closed.

1871 Daniel Spink 39, consulting engineer, lived in Shoreham with Elizabeth Spink 44, Sarah A Spink 13, Marshall S Spink 11, Richard C Spink 9, John C Spink 6 William I Shink 5, Joseph C Spink 1[2]

1881 Daniel Spink 49, Engineer, Designer Of Machinery, lived in Lewisham with Elizabeth Spink 54, Sarah A. Spink 23, John C. Spink 16, William J. Spink 15, Joseph C. Spink 11[3]

1891 Daniel Spink 59, retired engineer, lived in Oxford with Elizabeth Spink 64, Sarah A Dickinson 33, John C Spink 26, Joseph C Spink 21[4]

1907 Died in Folkestone[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. National probate calendar