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Joseph Mills Faulkner

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Joseph Mills Faulkner (c1853-1917) of John Faulkner (Manchester)

1861 Living at 38 Percival Street, Manchester: John Faulkner (age 38 born Manchester), Lightening Conductor Erector. With his wife Jane Faulkner (age 36 born Heywood) and their four children; James Mills Faulkner (age 9 born Manchester); Joseph Mills Faulkner (age 8 born Manchester); Sarah Jane Faulkner (age 6 born Manchester); and Martha Faulkner (age 3 born Manchester).[1]

1871 Living at 13 Great Ducie Street, Manchester: John Faulkner (age 48 born Manchester), Telegraph Manufacturer employing 6 men and 2 boys. With his wife Jane Faulkner (age 46 born Heywood) and their three children; Joseph M. Faulkner (age 18 born Manchester); Sarah J. Faulkner (age 16 born Manchester); and Martha Faulkner (age 13 born Manchester).[2]

1886 Death of his son Frederick Ollier Faulkner aged six.[3]

1911 Living at 77 Derbyshire Lane, Stretford: Joseph Mills Faulkner (age 58 born Manchester), Lightening Conductor Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Ellen Sutherland Faulkner (age 33 born Salford) and their son Joseph Arthur Faulkner (age 11 born Pendleton). One visitor.[4]

1917 March 26th. Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. Manchester Times - Saturday 25 September 1886
  4. 1911 Census