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Charles Clayton (of Madeley)

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of Aqueduct Foundry, Madeley, ironfounder and engineer

1800 Born in Worcester

1821 Married in Much Wenlock

1841 Charles Clayton 42, iron founder, lived in Madeley, with Hannah Clayton 41, James Clayton 18, George Clayton 17, Mary Ann Clayton 14, Charles Clayton 12, Thomas Clayton 10, Emma Clayton 5, Edmund Clayton 3, Hannah Clayton 1[1]

1851 Charles Clayton 51, iron founder, living at Aqueduct Foundry, Madeley, with Hannah Clayton 51, Mary Ann Clayton 24, Charles Clayton 22, Thomas G Clayton 20, Emma Clayton 15, Edward Clayton 13, Hannah G Clayton 11[2]

1861 Charles Clayton 61, engine worker, lived in Wolverhampton with Hannah Clayton 61 Hannah G Clayton 21[3]

1871 Hannah Clayton was an annuitant living in Tettenhall with her son in law[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census