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Joseph Crawhall (1794-1853)

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Joseph Crawhall (1794-1853) of Joseph Crawhall and Sons

1794 August 22nd. Born in Allendale

Apprenticed to Thomas Smith of St. Peter's Rope Works

1821 Birth of son Joseph Crawhall (1821-1896)

1851 Staying at Mosley's Hotel, Trafalgar square, London: Joseph Crawhall (age 57 born allendale), Alderman and Rope Maker.[1]

1853 April 27th. Died. 'At Stagshaw House on the 27th inst., in his 60th year of his age, Joseph Crawhall, Esq. Few men led a more active life than the lamented deceased who was uniformly guided by a strong judgment, and a strict integrity. he was member of the late Corporation, and an Alderman of the present, in which he filled the offices of Sheriff and mayor with the highest satisfaction of the community....[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Newcastle Journal - Saturday 30 April 1853