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John Mayall, Junior

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John Mayall, Junior (c1842- ), the son of John Jabez Edwin Paisley Mayall a well-known photographer

1861 Living at The Grove, Harrow: John E. Mayall (age 47 born Oldham), an Artist). With his wife Eliza Mayall (age 45 born Oldham) and their children Joe P. Mayall (age 21 born Yorkshire), an Artist; John Mayall (age 19 born Lingards, Yorkshire), an Artist; and Harriet Mayall (age 13 born London). Also one visitor and two servants.[1]

1869 January. Friend of Charles Spencer who rode the velocipede in London [2]

1869 February. Rowley B. Turner, Charles Spencer and John Mayall rode the fifty-three miles from London to Brighton. Mayall arrived in twelve hours at speeds up to eight mph.[3]

1871 Living at 47 Adelaide Road, Hampstead: John Mayall (age 29 born near Huddersfield), a Photographer. With his wife Eliza C. F. (age 22 born Lancing) and their daughter Lancie C. E. (age 4 born Lancing). One servant.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. Romance of the Cyclist's Touring Club. 1928. James T. Lightwood p18
  3. Bicycle: The History by David V. Herlihy
  4. 1871 Census