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Jabez Wedgwood

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Jabez Charles Wedgwood

1821 Born in Wolstanton son of Isaac Wedgwood and his wife Charlotte[1]

1859 Became a partner in Wedgwood and Co

1861 Enoch Wedgewood 47, earthenware manufacturer employing 3000 adults and young persons, lived in Wolstanton with Jane Wedgewood 47, Edmund M Wedgewood 20, Charlotte H Wedgewood 18, Alfred E Wedgewood 10, Jabez C Wedgewood 40, manager of a manufactory[2]

1871 Enoch Wedgwood 57, county magistrate and manufacturer, lived in Wolstanton, with Jane Wedgwood 57, Alfred E Wedgwood 20, Jabez C Wedgwood 50, flint merchant[3]

1880 Died in Wolstanton[4]

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  1. Select Births
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. national probate calendar