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Joseph Gibson Archbold

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Joseph Gibson Archbold of Fawcett, Preston and Co, Phoenix Foundry, 17 York Street, Liverpool ; and 176 Upper Parliament Street, Liverpool.

1884. 'During the last twelve years Mr. Joseph G. Archibold has been manager of the engineering works of Messrs. R. and W. Hawthorn of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, but he is about to relinquish that position in order to assume the general management of Messrs. Fawcett, Preston and Co...'[1]

1891 Living at 3 Blagdon Terrace, Blyth: Joseph G. Archbold (age 55 born Newcastle), Manager of Ship Repairing Works and Graving Dock. With his wife Susan L. Archbold (age 43 born Newcastle) and their ten children; Hannah M. Archbold (age 23 born Newcastle); William Archbold (age 22 born Newcastle), Mechanical Draughtsman; Susan A. Archbold (age 20 born Newcastle), Telephonic Operator; Lillian Archbold (age 18 born Newcastle); Florence Archbold (age 17 born Newcastle); John G. Archbold (age 15 born Newcastle), Accountant Apprentice; Joseph G. Archbold (age 14 born Newcastle); Frederick G. Archbold (age 10 born Newcastle); Ethel C. Archbold (age 9 born Newcastle); and Eva G. Archbold (age 19 months).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Liverpool Mercury - Wednesday 30 January 1884
  2. 1891 Census