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William Thomas Buckett

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William Thomas Buckett (1820-1878) of Buckett Brothers

1820 Born in Rotherhithe the son of William Buckett, a Carpenter and Patternmaker, and his wife Sarah Tindal

1851 Living at 45 Brook Street, Lambeth: William Buckett (age 56 (age 30 born Rotherhithe), Carpeneter. With his wife Sarah Buckett (age 54 born Steaford, Linc) and their six children; Wm Thos Buckett (age 30 born Rotherhithe), Patternmaker; James Buckett (age 24 (age 30 born Rotherhithe), Patternmaker; Josh Buckett (age 20 (age 30 born Rotherhithe), Engineer; John Buckett (age 18 (age 30 born Rotherhithe), Engineer; Henry Buckett (age 14 born Walworth); and Elizabeth Buckett (age 11 born St. Gregory).[1]

1862 Married(2) in Brixton to Jane Jacobs.

1871 Living at 26 Cranmer Road, Lambeth: William T. Buckett (age 50 born Rotherhithe), Manufacturing Engineer employing 17 men and 3 boys - Widower. With his two daughters Sarah J. Buckett (age 8 born Lambeth) and Elizth J. Buckett (age 3 born Lambeth). Also his father William Buckett (age 76 born Rotherhithe), Patternmaker. One servant.[2]

1878. Died. Will proved by his brother John Buckett and another.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1871 Census