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Henry Cabry

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Henry Cabry (c1833- ) of the East Indian Railway

c1833 Born the son of Joseph Cabry (and therefore the nephew of Thomas Cabry)

1851 Living at 11 Mount Parade, York: Joseph Cabry (age 78 born Tanfield, Durham), Retired Engineer. Also his nephews Thomas Nixon (age 17 born Bishop Auckland), Rail Stoker; and Henry Cabry (age 18 born Neston), Rail Clerk. Others in this lodging house.[1]

1862-65 Traffic manager on the Blyth and Tyne Railway

1871 Civil engineer, 38, living at The Wheat Sheaf, Neston, Cheshire, with his father Joseph Cabry (age 67 born North Shields), Publican and Farmer employing 2 men and 1 boy with 45 acres, and his wife Ann Cabry (age 70 born Chester). Also his niece. One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1871 Census