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Richard Duckering (1825-1870)

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Richard Duckering (1825-1870) of the company Richard Duckering

1825 Born at Blyth

1839 November 14th. Married Mary Jane Norton

1841 Birth of son Charles Duckering

1851 Living at 49 Waterside North, Lincoln: Richard Duckering (age 46 born Retford), Iron Founder. With his wife Mary J. Duckering (age 40 born Sudbrook) and their four children; Charles Duckering (age 19 born Lincoln), Iron Founder); Elizabeth J. Duckering (age 9 born Lincoln); Sarah T. Duckering (age 2 born Lincoln); and Mary H. Duckering (age 9 months born Lincoln). One servant.[1]

1870 August 23rd. Died age 55.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census