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James P. Hunt

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James P. Hunt (c1821 - )

c1821 Born at Liverpool

1859 Joined I Mech E

1859 James P. Hunt of Corngreaves Iron Works, near Birmingham.[1]

1861 Living at Congreaves Hall, Rowley Regis, Staffs: James P. Hunt (age 40 born Liverpool), Manager of Congreaves Iron Works - and Widower. With his children Saml Susan Hunt (age 5 born Pontyment?, Mon.), Ethel Hunt (age 3 born Congreaves) and Edwin Grey Hunt (age 2 born Congreaves). Four servants.[2]

1866 Of Gospel Oak Iron Works, Tipton.

1871 Living at Coleman Hill, Cradley: Jas P Hunt (age 50 born Liverpool), Manager of Ironworks. With his wife Adelaide Hunt (age 30 born Glasgow) and their children; Edwin Guy Hunt (age 11 born Cradley Heath); William Stewart Hunt (age 7 born Cradley Heath); Kathrine Coustram Hunt (age 6 born Cradley Heath); and Henrietta A. Hunt (age 2born Cradley Heath). Four servants.[3]

1881 Living at Coleman Hill House, Cradley, Worcestershire: James P. Hunt (age 60 born Liverpool), Manager at Ironworks. With his wife Adelaide Hunt (age 40 born Scotland) and their children Ethel Hunt (age 23 born Rowley) and Henrietta A. Hunt (age 12 born Tipton). Three servants.[4]

By the 1891 census James has died as his wife Adelaide is listed as a Widow

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Sources of Information

  1. 1859 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1871 Census
  4. 1881 Census