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William Tasker, Junior

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William Tasker, Junior (c1831-1883) of William Tasker and Sons

c1831 Born the son of William Tasker

1864 Patent on invention relating to the springs or bars which support the shoes, riddles, or caving boards of threshing machines, and to the connecting rods which communicate motion from the crank shaft to tile shoes, riddles, or caving boards of these machines.[1]

1881 Living at Clatford Manor (age 50 born at Annotts Ann), Agricultural Engineer employing 200 hands, Widower. With daughter Lilian (age 20) and niece Mary Paice (age 21). Three servants. [2]

1883 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1864
  2. 1881 Census