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Bartlett and Co

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1853.

of Newcastle

Weighing machines, sugar mills

1851 Charles Bartlett c.40, born Hampstead, Middx, a scale beam manufacturer and weighing machine (maker), lived in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his wife Lydia Bartlett 36, born in Bristol, Emily 4, born in Newcastle, Charles H Bartlett 2, John Bartlett 5 Mo[1]

1871 Charles Bartlett 65, born Hampstead, Middx, a scale beam manufacturer employing 13 men and 1 boy, lived in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with his wife Lydia Bartlett 56, John Bartlett 20, and ironmonger, and Emily Bartlett 24[2]

1874 Charles Bartlett and Co, scale beam makers, was in liquidation[3]

1881 Charles Bartlett 76, born Hampstead, Middx, was a machinist, out of employment, living in Whitton, Middx, with his wife Lydia Bartlett 66[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. London Gazette 28 July 1874
  4. 1881 census