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John Bagshaw

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John Bagshaw (c1828-) of J. Bagshaw and Sons

1861 Living at Albert Terrace, Batley: John Bagshaw (age 32 born Bradford), Ironfounder master employing 26 men and 10 boys. With his wife Ann Bagshaw (age 33 born Dewsbury) and their six children; Emily Bagshaw (age 11 born Dewsbury); Walter Bagshaw (age 9 born Dewsbury); Charles Bagshaw (age 8 born Dewsbury); Arthur Bagshaw (age 6 born Batley); Jane Bagshaw (age 3 born Batley); and Frank Bagshaw (age 5 months born Batley). One visitor. One servant.[1]

1871 Living at Stockwell House, Batley: John Bagshaw (age 43 born Bradford), Mechanical Engineer employing 40 men and 10 boys. With his wife Ann Bagshaw (age 44 born Dewsbury) and their five children; Emily Bagshaw (age 21 born Dewsbury); Charles H. Bagshaw (age 18 born Dewsbury), Engine Fitter; Arthur Bagshaw (age 14 born Batley), Engine fitter; Frank Bagshaw (age 10 born Batley); and Annie Bagshaw (age 9 born Batley). One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census