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James Waterlow (1790-1876)

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1934. From British Commerce and Industry

1790 Born in Bethnal Green, London, son of Josiah Waterlow and his wife Sarah[1]

1811 Set up a stationer's business in Birchin Lane, London - see Waterlow and Sons

1812 Married Mary Crakell at Saint Dunstan in West,London[2]

1815 Birth of their son Alfred

1817 Birth of their son Charles[3]

1819 Birth of son Walter

1822 Birth of son Sydney

1824 Birth of son Albert

1841 James Waterlow 50, stationer, lived in Shoreditch with Mary Waterlow 48, Mary Waterlow 27, Sidney Waterlow 19, Albert Waterlow 17[4]

1849 Retired from Waterlow and Sons

1861 James Waterlow 70, retired stationer, lived in Peckham with Mary Waterlow 68[5]

1871 James Waterlow 80, fund holder, lived in Peckham with May Waterlow 78, and visitors Alfred Waterlow 55, J.P., and Isabella Waterlow 55[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. Parish records
  3. BMD
  4. 1841 census
  5. 1861 census
  6. 1871 census