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Frederick Albert Watts

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Frederick Albert Watts (1840- )

1840 Born the son of James Watts

1841 Living at Faith's Lane, Norwich: James Watts (age c36), Engineer. With Rebecca Watts (age c36); William Watts (age c25); Charles Watts (age c12); Alfred Watts (age c7); and Frederick Watts (age c5 months).[1]

1851 Living at 5 Victoria Terrace, Norwich: James Watts (age 46 born Norwich), Engineer, Iron and Brass Founder, employing 6 men. With his wife Rebecca Watts (age 46 born Norwich) and their six children; Alfred E. Watts (age 17 born Norwich), Engineer; Frederic A. Watts (age 10 born Norwich); Rebecca Nic Watts (age 8 born Norwich); June Ellen Watts (age 5 born Norwich); Harriet L. Watts (age 2 born Norwich); and Alice E. Watts (age 4 born Norwich). One servant.[2]

1861 Living at 11 Bloomsbury Place, Rose Lane, Norwich: James Watts (age 56 born Norwich), Engineer / Apprentice. With his wife Rebecca Watts (age 56 born Norwich) and their four children; Frederic A. Watts (age 20 born Norwich), Engine Smith; Rebecca V. Watts (age 18 born Norwich); Jane E. Watts (age 16 born Norwich); and Harriett L. Watts (age 12 born Norwich).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 Census
  2. 1851 Census
  3. 1861 Census