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Richard John Strong

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Richard John Strong (c1830- ), engineer

c1830 Born Frome

1851 Living at 50 Parsons Street, Tower Hamlets: Richard Clyburn (age 54 born Carlton, Yks.), Mechanical Engineer. With his wife Sarah Clyburn (age 47 born Manchester) and their nine children; Richard Clyburn (age 23 born Stroud), Engineer; Sarah Clyburn (age 21 born Stroud); Martha G. Clyburn (age 19 born Stroud); Thomas Clyburn (age 17 born Stroud), Engineers Apprentice; William Clyburn (age 13 born Stroud); Fanny Clyburn (age 12 born Uley); Alice Clyburn (age 7 born Uley); Harold Clyburn (age 5 born Uley); Mary Clyburn (age 3 born Uley). Also three visitors including Richard J. Strong (age 21 born Frome), Engineer. Two servants.[1]

1852 April 14th. Married Martha Gaskell Clyburn the daughter of Richard Clyburn

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census