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Daniel Buckney

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Daniel Buckney, of D. Buckney, chronometer maker

c.1846 Born in Southwark, son of Thomas and Mary Buckney

1861 Mary E Buckney 45, timber merchant's wife, lived in Camberwell with Esther Buckney 17, Daniel Buckney 15, timber merchant, Edward Buckney 4, Alice Buckney 4[1]

1871 Thomas Buckney 72, clock, watch, etc maker, lived in Camberwell with Mary S Buckney 55, Esther Buckney 27, Daniel Buckney 25, clock, watch maker, Amelia Buckney 22, Edward Buckney 16, Alice Buckney 41[2]

1878 Watch manufacturer, son of Thomas Buckney, married Adelaide Dicker in Camberwell; his father was described as a watch maker but it was not recorded that he was deceased[3]

1881 Watchmaker, employing 3 Men & 2 Boys, lived in Camberwell with Adelaide Buckney 29, Daniel E. Buckney 2, Arthur Buckney[4]

1891 Daniel Buckney 45, watch maker, employer, lived in Highbury with Adelaide Buckney 39, Daniel E Buckney 12, Arthur Buckney 10, Ernest Buckney 9, Frank Buckney 8, Charles Buckney 5[5]

1901 Daniel Buckney 55, watch maker, e,ployer, lived in Highbury, with Adelaide Buckney 49, Daniel E Buckney 22, Ernest Buckney 19, clock maker, Frank Buckney 18, Charles Buckney 15[6]

1911 Daniel Buckney 65, watch manufacturer, employer, lived in Carshalton with Adelaide Buckney 59, Daniel Edward Buckney 31, watch maker's assistant, Ernest Buckney 27, watch maker's assistant, Kate Elliott 17[7]

1927 Died in Sutton[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. Parish records
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1901 census
  7. 1911 census
  8. National Probate Calendar