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James Meakin

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c.1830 Born in Stallington, Staffordshire, son of James and Frances Meakin

1841 James Meakin 33, farmer, lived in Draycott, Staffs, with Frances Meakin 33, James Meakin 11, Sarah Meakin 13, George Meakin 9, William Meakin 7, John Meakin 6, Frances Meakin 4, Thomas Meakin 2, Lewis Meakin 1 month[1]

1851 Clerk in earthenware manufactory, living in Lane End, Staffs, with his mother and father[2]

1861 Earthenware manufacturer, living in Stoke on Trent with his brother George[3]

1881 Manufacturer, living in Stone with Emily Meakin 39, James L. Meakin 7, Mary R. Meakin 5, Walter Meakin 4, Jerrold Meakin 3, Emily H. Meakin 1[4]

1885 of Darlaston Hall, died[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. National Probate Calendar