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Charles Hodge

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Charles Hodge (c1811-1874) of the Cadogan Foundry

1841 Listed in Poole's Lane, Chelsea, Henry McColley (age c.17) as an apprentice Ironfounder in the home of Charles Hodge (age c.30), Ironfounder with his wife and four children.[1]

1851 Living at 5 Poole's Lane, Chelsea: Charles Hodge (age 42 born St. Erth, Cornwall), Iron Founder. With his wife Amelia Hodge (age 40 born Falmouth) and their two sons Richard Hodge (age 18 born Phillack), Merchant's Clerk, and Charles Hodge (age 16 born Chelsea), Engineer. One visitor.[2]

1871 Living in Chelsea and an Agent in the Iron Trade, with his wife Amelia, his daughter and grand-daughter.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 Census
  2. 1851 Census
  3. 1871 Census