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William Easton

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William Easton (c1831-1900) of J. Easton and Son

Ca.1831 Born the son of John Easton

1851 Living at 20 Holloway Street, Exeter: John Easton (age 47 born Ilsington, Devon), Granite Mason Master employing 5 men. With his wife Sarah Easton (age 44 born Ilsington, Devon) and their three children; William Easton (age 20 born Ilsington, Devon), Granite Mason Journeyman; John T. Easton (age 18 born Ilsington, Devon), Joiner Ap.; and Mary Ann Easton (age 16 born Ilsington, Devon).[1]

1866 Birth of son Arthur Tucker Easton

1900 January 01st. Died, of Northernhay Street, Exeter. Probate to Harry Tucker Easton, bank cashier, and to Arthur Tucker Easton, granite merchant.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census