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Joseph Cabry (1773-1858)

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Joseph Cabry (c1773-1858)

Joseph married Mary Smith; they had several children.

1801 Birth of son Thomas

1803 Birth of son Joseph at North Shields[1], son of Joseph Cabry and Mary Smith[2]

1841 Living at Neston, Cheshire: Joseph Cabry (age c69), Engineer. With his wife Mary Cabry (age c72) and Joseph Cabry (age c10).

1851 Living at 11 Mount Parade, York: Joseph Cabry (age 78 born Tanfield, Durham), Retired Engineer, with his daughter. Also his nephews Thomas Nixon (age 17 born Bishop Auckland), rail stoker; and Henry Cabry (age 18 born Neston), Rail Clerk. Others in this lodging house.[3]

1858 Joseph Cabry died in York[4]


  • NB There was another record of a Cabry family in London but presumably this was just a coincidence:

1792 Joseph Cabry, widower, married Mary Halcro in Islington[5]

1817 Joseph Cabry died in London[6].


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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. England & Wales, Christening Index
  3. 1851 Census
  4. BMD
  5. Parish records
  6. Non-Conformist and Non-Parochial Registers