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Thomas Coglan Horsfall

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Thomas Coglan Horsfall (c1842- ) of Horsfall and Bickham

c1842 Born in Manchester the son of William Horsfall

1851 Living at 2 Platt terrace, Rusholme, Lancs.: William Horsfall (age 44 born Halifax), Cotton Manufacturer. With his wife Maria Horsfall (age 40 born Liverpool) and thier three children; Emmeline Horsfall (age 11 born Manchester); Thomas Coglan Horsfall (age 9 born Manchester); and Julia Horsfall (age 6 born Manchester). Two servants.[1]

1901 Living at Sircancal? Hall, Hurdsfield, Cheshire: Thomas Coglan Horsfall (age 59 born Manchester), Retired Mill Card Maker. With his wife Frances E. Horsfall (age 47 born Bombay, India) and their daughter Dorothy F. Horsfall (age 22 born Cheshire). Two visitors. Four servants. [2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1901 Census