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Newton John Suckling

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Newton John Suckling (c1848- ) of Newton Suckling and Co

1873 Patent. '3893. And Newton John Suckling, of Markethill, Maldon, in the county of Essex, Engineer, has given the like notice in respect of the invention of "improvements in steam generators."'[1]

1881 Living at 61 Crescent Road, Plumstead, London: Newton J. Suckling (age 33 born Cape Colony (British Subject)), Mechanical Engineer - Arsenal. With his wife Mary Suckling (age 31 born Scotland) and two daughters Louisa M. Suckling (age 5 born Scotland) and Edith C. Suckling (age 1 born Ipswich). One servant.[2]

Must be second generation

1911 Living at 15 Princess Road, South Alexandra Park, Manchester: Newton John Suckling (age 48 born Cape Colony - British subject), Engineer - Own Account. With his wife Janet Hutton Suckling (age 40 born Edinburgh). [3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette Publication date:7 January 1873 Issue:23935 Page:54
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1911 Census