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James K. Hunter

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c.1831 Born in Shoreditch, son of James Hunter, coach maker and his wife Hannah[1]

1851 Hannah Hunter 46, coach maker, employing 16, lived in Shoreditch with James Hunter 20, coach maker, Caroline Hunter 17, Emely Hunter 15, Charlotte Hunter 13, Eliza Jane Hunter 10[2]

1861 James Ker Hunter 30, coach body maker, lived in Addiscombe with his mother, Hannah Hunter 56, Emily B Hunter 24[3]

Presumably at around this time James took over the coach body business.

1869 His mother, Hannah, died in Croydon[4]

1881 James K. Hunter 50, Coach builder employing 12 men and 3 boys, lived in Bromley, Kent with Sarah Hunter 52[5]

1917 James Ker Hunter (b.1831) died in Addiscombe, Surrey[6][7]

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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. BMD
  5. 1881 census
  6. BMD
  7. National probate calendar