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Nathaniel Wilcocks (1817-1871)

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Nathaniel Wilcocks, of Weedon and Wilcocks

1817 Born in Exeter, son of David Wilcocks (1771-1832) and Anne Rowe (1772-1822).

1836 Marriage to Jane Weedon, daugther of George Weedon in Bristol on the 26th of December.

1851 Living at 5-6 Upper Borough Walls, Bath, with wife, his son Nathaniel, three daughters and a servant. Occupation: Ironmonger and Brass Founder.[1]

1861 Living at 9 St Mary Place, Southampton, with servant. Occupation: Travelling Clerk.[2]

1870 Death of first wife, 16th June; married Mary Ann Gowling 15th October.

1871 Living in Newbridge, Hampshire, with his second wife and two servants. Occupation: Farmer of 12 acres.[3]. Died at 3 Bugle Street, Southampton on the 8th of December.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census