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John Fowler (1828-1888)

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John Fowler (1828-1888), Civil Engineer

1828 Born at Aberdeen the son of Alexander Fowler, Stone Quarrier, and his wife Jane Farquharson

1871 Living at 8 Bridge Street, Stockton: John Fowler (age 46 born Aberdeen), Civil Engineer. With his wife Mary Fowler (age 36 born Stockton) and their eight children; James Fowler (age 15 born Stockton); Mary E. Fowler (age 13 born Stockton); Dan P. Fowler (age 11 born Stockton); Alexander F. Fowler (age 8 born Stockton); John J. Fowler (age 6 born Stockton); Colin P. Fowler (age 4 born Stockton); Hannah Fowler (age 2 born Stockton); and Isabel Fowler (age 11 Months born Stockton). Three servants.[1]

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  1. 1871 Census