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Francis Campin (1842-1904)
1842 Born the son of Harry Campin, a hat presser
1861 Advert. 'The Practice of Hand Turning' by Francis Campin.
1862 Advert. 'A New Practical Work on Iron Roofs' and A New Practical Work on Mechanical Engineering' by Francis Campin, C.E.
1867 October 30th. Married at Greenwich to Amelia Elizabeth Whitcomb
1870 Advert. 'Principles and Construction of Machinery' by Francis Campin, C.E.
1871 Living at 183 Holyhead Road, Wednesbury: Francis Campin (age 28 born Brixton), Civil Engineer. With his wife Amelia Elizabeth Campin (age 25 born Greenwich) with their sons Francis William Campin (age 2 born Greenwich) and Henry Campin (age 1 born Greenwich). One visitor.
1874 Patent. '1893. To Robert Elliott Cooper, of 37, Kensington-terrace, Hyde Park, Leeds, in the county of York, Civil Engineer, and Francis Campin, of 58, Fenton-street, Leeds, in the county of York, Civil Engineer, for the invention of "improvements in apparatus for locking railway signals and switches and for locking railway signals and gates at level crossings."
1904 December 13th. Died. Probate to Walter Percy Campin