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James Swinton Spooner

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James Swinton Spooner (1816-1884), engineer on the Talyllyn Railway

1816 Born the son of James Spooner and brother of Charles Easton Spooner

1871 Living at Penmorfa as a civil engineer and widower with his four daughters and a son.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census