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Samuel James Loader Allchin

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Samuel James Loader Allchin (1866-1907) of William Allchin

1866 Born the son of William Allchin and his wife

1901 Living at 21 Wast Park Road, Northampton: William Allchin (age 78 born Merton), Mechanical Engineer - Employer and Widower. With his daughter Elizabeth Allchin (age 48 born Northampton) and son Samuel J. L. Allchin (age 35, Mechanical Engineer - Employer. Also one visitor. Two servants.[1]

1907 January 10th. Died. 'The death took place Thursday at Stimpson-avenue, Northampton, of Mr. Samuel James Loader Allchin. Deceased was one of the directors of William Allchin, Ltd., with which engineering firm he had been connected all his life. He was a business man, and was highly esteemed by large circle of friends. Mr. Allchin was the youngest son of the late Mr. William Allchin, and was a native of Northampton. He was only 40 years of age, and lost his wife a few months since. The end came as painful surprise, for Mr. Allchin took to his bed only last Saturday with an attack of pleurisy, which was followed by pneumonia.'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. Northampton Mercury - Friday 11 January 1907