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Charles Easton Spooner

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1869. Rail-Bending Machine.
1869. Spooner and Huddert.

Charles Easton Spooner (1818-1889), Manager and Clerk of Ffestiniog Railway

1818 Born the son of James Spooner and brother of James Swinton Spooner

1850 Birth of son George Percival Spooner

1851 Living at Nantgwymont, Ffestiniog: Charles Easton Spooner (age 32 born Merionethshire), Civil Engineer. With his wife Mary Spooner (age 28 born Birmingham) and their son George Percival Spooner (age 7 Months born Bedgellert). Four servants.[1]

1853 Birth of son Charles Edwin Spooner

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census