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Joseph Hart

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c1788 Born in Walsall

Initially traded as Joseph Hart, Ironmonger

c.1841 Set up his business as Hart and Son - presumably when his son Charles reached the age of 21 years.

1841 Joseph Hart, ironmonger, lived in St Clement Danes, Middlesex, with Charles Hart (b.1820), Henry Hart (b.1823), George Hart (b.1825), Sarah Hart (b.1789), Louisa Hart (b.1832)[1]

1851 Joseph Hart 63, ironmonger, lived in Strand, with Sarah Hart 62, Harriet Hart 29, Louisa Hart 18, George Hart 26, ironmonger, Mary Ann Hart 22, Ann Elizabeth Hart 19[2]

1861 Joseph Hart 73, ironmonger, lived in Marylebone, with Sarah Hart 72, Harriet Hart 39, Janisa Hart 20[3]

1861 Died; buried in Harborne, St Peter[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. BMD