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John Charles Nicholson

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John Charles Nicholson (1860-1929) of Jenson and Nicholson

1860 Born the son of Wilfred Nicholson

1861 Living at 16 Chisnall Street, Finsbury, Mddx: Wilfred Nicholson (age 39 born Bethnal Green), Lead and Colour merchant. With his wife Ann Nicholson (age 37 born Bethnal Green) and their eight children; Ann Nicholson (age 15 born Bethnal Green); Elizabeth Nicholson (age 13 born Shorditch); Sarah Nicholson (age 11 born Shorditch); Mary A. Nicholson (age 9 born Islington); Amelia Nicholson (age 7 born Islington); Ellen Nicholson (age 4 born Islington); Wilfred Nicholson (age 2 born St. Luke, Mddx.); and John C. Nicholson (age 6 Months born St. Luke, Mddx.). One servant.[1]

1884 Married Emily Jane Chessum

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census