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John Fletcher (1820-1895)

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John Fletcher (1820-1895) of Beacock and Fletcher and T. and J. Fletcher

1871 Living at 29 North Street, Winterton: John Fletcher (age 50 born Haldenby), Machine Maker, 12 men and 9 apprentices. With his wife Ann E. Fletcher (age 40 born Crowle) and their five children; Mary A. Fletcher (age 22 born Winterton); Thomas Fletcher (age 20 born Winterton), Machine Maker; John Fletcher (age 18 born Winterton), Machine Maker; Sarah Fletcher (age 15 born Winterton); and Kate S. Fletcher (age 1 born Winterton). Also his niece Maria Fletcher (age 13 born Winterton).[1]

1881 Living at North Street, Winterton, Lincs: John Fletcher (age 60 born Winterton), Retired Agricultural Machine Maker. With his wife Ann Elizabeth Fletcher (age 50 born Crowle) and their five children; Mary Ann Fletcher (age 32 born Winterton); John Fletcher (age 28 born Winterton); Sarah Fletcher (age 25 born Winterton); Kate Scholey Fletcher (age 11 born Winterton); and Marmaduke Arthur Fletcher (age 8 born Winterton).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1881 Census