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John Withey Lampard

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John Withey Lampard (c1842-1888), partner in a business with Joseph Day

c1842 Born the son of John Lampard, a watch and clock maker and his wife Sarah

1871 Living at 10 Paradise Street, Bath (age 29 born Zeals, Wiltshire), Engine Fitter. With wife Harriett (age 30 born Devon) and children John (age 6), William (age 4) and Herbert (age 2). [1]

1877 Listed as an engineer living at 17 St. John's Wood, Bath [2]

1881 Living at 6 Albion Terrace, Bath (age 39 born Zeals, Wiltshire, General engineer employing 4 boys and 10 men. With wife Harriett (age 41) and children John (age 16), William (age 14), Herbert (age 11), Albert (age 8), Sidney (age 6), Ernest (age 4) and Blanche (age 2). [3]

1888 Q4. Died in Stroud district aged c47 years

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1876-77 Post Office Bath Directory
  3. 1881 Census