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John Given Kirkaldy

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John Given Kirkaldy (c1816-1887) of John Kirkaldy and Sons

c.1816 Born in Shadwell, son of John and Margarett Kirkaldy

1851 John Kirkaldy 63, plumber and painter, lived in Shadwell with Margarett Kirkaldy 60, John Given Kirkaldy 35, plumber and painter, Robert Kirkaldy 28, painter, William May Kirkaldy 26, tea dealer, Thomas Kirkaldy 22, engineer[1]

1861 John Kirkaldy 73, plumber, painter and master, employing 6 men and 4 boys, lived in Wapping with John Givens Kirkaldy 45, plumber, painter, etc, with Isabella Kirkaldy 30, Thomas Kirkaldy 4, Margaret Kirkaldy 3, James Kirkaldy 10 months[2]

By 1862 John Kirkaldy and Sons was in business at 166 Wapping

1871 John G Kirkaldy 56, plumber, lived in Stoke Newington with Isabella Kirkaldy 39, John Kirkaldy 17, ship's engineer, Margaret Kirkaldy 12, James Kirkaldy 10, Robert Kirkaldy 5, Adam W Kirkaldy 3, Patrick Kirkaldy 2 Weeks[3]

By 1871 he had moved his business to 40 West India Dock Road

1881 John G. Kirkaldy 65, retired plumber, etc, lived in Poplar, with Isabella Kirkaldy 49, John Kirkaldy 27, Marine Engineer, Thomas Kirkaldy 24, plumber, etc., James Kirkaldy 20, Marine Engineer, Robert Kirkaldy 15, clerk, Adam Kirkaldy 13, Patrick Kirkaldy 10[4]

1887 Death of John Givens Kirkaldy, at Sturry in Kent[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. national probate calendar