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George William Ward

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1824 Born in Great Yarmouth

1851 Master's certificate issued at Greenock after 12 years service in the British Merchant Service

1855 Master's certificate of competency issued at London

1861 George W Ward 37, master mariner, lived in Great Yarmouth, with Ann Ward 36, Elizabeth A P Ward 9, Margaret A Ward 3[1]

1871 Geo Wm Ward 47, master mariner, lived in Great Yarmouth, with Ann Ward 46, Nathaniel W Ward 4[2]

1881 George W. Ward 57, Steamship Owner & Nautical Assessor, lived in Elswick, with Ann Ward 56, and his niece Margaret Darnell 25[3]

1885 Left the business partnership with his son in law Albert Charles Augustus Holzapfel in Newcastle.

1891 Ann Ward was a widow, living with her son in law Albert Holzapfel in Croydon[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census