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Reuben Hunt (1836-1927)

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Reuben Hunt (1836-1927) of Reuben Hunt of Atlas Works, Earl's Colne, Essex.

c.1836 Born in Earl's Colne, son of Robert Hunt (1804-1855)

1861 Mary A Hunt 54, lived in Halstead with Mary A Hunt 32, Barbara Hunt 27 Reuben Hunt 25, machinist (master), employing 18 men and 6 boys, Zachariah Hunt 17, machinist's apprentice, Elizabeth Hunt 13, John Hunt 10[1]

1871 Reuben Hunt 35, agricultural implement maker, master, employing 59 men and 16 boys, lived in Halstead with Sarah A Hunt 26, Harry H Hunt 2 Minnie Hunt 9 months[2]

1911 Reuben Hunt 75, agricultural general engineer, employer, lived in Halstead with Elizabeth Hunt 56, Frank Hunt 38, William Alexander Hunt 20, Nellie Hunt 26[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1911 census