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Joshua Buckton

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Joshua Buckton (1819-1899 ) of Joshua Buckton and Co

1819 Born in Leeds

1851 Living at St. Mark's Place, Leeds (age 31 born Leeds), Engineer and Iron Founder. Master employing 80 hands. With wife Mary (age 23 born Leeds) and son William Henry (age 2). Two servants. [1]

1859 of Well House Foundry, Leeds.[2]

1861 Married Elizabeth Lupton[3]

1861 Joshua Buckton 41, mechanical engineer employing 190 men and 66 boys, living in Chapel Allerton with his wife Elizabeth 40, Mary Emily Buckton 9, Caroline Annie Buckton 7, and their governess Agnes Jackson Buckton 32[4]

1884 Married Helen Shepherd in Leeds[5]

1895 Died in Leeds[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1859 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  3. Non-conformist records
  4. 1861 census
  5. Non-conformist records
  6. National Probate Calendar