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James Pudifin

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James Pudifin (1845-1918) of J. Pudifin

Born the son of Jonathan Pudifin, a Gardner.

1872 Married. 'James Pudifin to Emma Nankivell, both of Bowling'[1]

1881 Listed as being a Blacksmith Master employing 2 Men and 3 Boys.[2]

1911 Living at Victoria House, Plympton St. Maurice: James Pudifin (age 66 born Plymouth), Ironmonger - Employer. With his wife Emma and three children.[3]

1918 Died. 'for many years a member of the District Council and Board of Guardians'[4]

1919 Death of his wife Emma.[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. Leeds Times - Saturday 08 June 1872
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1911 Census
  4. Western Morning News - Tuesday 22 October 1918
  5. Western Morning News - Saturday 15 February 1919