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James Atkinson (1782-1853)

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James Atkinson (1782-1853) of James and Edward Atkinson

1782 January 20th. Baptised at Hayton by Bampton, Cumberland, the son of John Atkinson and his wife Isabol

1851 Living in Ealing (age 69 born Hayton, Cumb.), a Perfumer employing 12 men. With his wife Elizabeth (age 41 born Newton, Devon) and their daughters Clara (age 20 born St. Pancras) and Emma (age 17 born St. Pancras). Six servants. [1]

1852 May 15th. Marriage of his eldest daughter Clara Elizabeth to the Rev. William Tattersall of Howe Rectory, Norfolk. [2]

1852 October 2nd. Marriage of his daughter Emma Jemima to Edward West. [3]

1853 June 27th. Death of James Atkinson, age 71, of Village Park, Ealing and Old Bond Street. [4] [5] [6]

1861 His widow Elizabeth is living at Claremont Villa, Ealing (age 52 born Bradninch, Devon), a fundholder. Also her niece Emma Magor (age 14 born Newton Abbot) and a visitor Charlott Magor (age 46 born Newton Buthall, Devon). Four servants. [7]

Notes

Emma is daughter of John Magor of Newton Abbott and niece of Mrs Atkinson when she marries in 1865

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. The Morning Chronicle, Tuesday, May 18, 1852
  3. The Standard, Monday, October 04, 1852
  4. The Standard, Thursday, June 30, 1853
  5. The Times, Thursday, Jun 30, 1853
  6. The Morning Post, Friday, July 01, 1853
  7. 1861 Census