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John Walker (1826-1905)

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1826 Born in Alconbury son of Christopher Walker

1850 A boiler manufacturer, when he married Charlotte Cater, daughter of Henry Cater, in Southwark[1]

1871 John Walker 45, engineer, lived in Clapham, Wandsworth with Mary Walker 30, John A Walker 19, Mary Anne Walker 17, Charlotte C Walker 12, Marian L Walker 8, Gerald Walker 3, Edith Walker 2[2]

1881 John Walker 55, engineer and boiler manufacturer, lived in Camberwell with Mary Walker 40, Mary A. Walker 27, Charlotte E. C. Walker 22, Mary Edith Walker 12, Leonard A. Walker 7, Herbert C. Walker 6[3]

1905 Died in Wandsworth[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. BMD