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Frederick Parkin

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Frederick Parkin (c1871- ) of F. Parkin and Sons

1881 Living at Union Road, Exeter: Francis Parkin (age 54 born Exeter), Iron Founder employing 28 men and 4 boys. With his wife Mary Parkin (age 51 born Exeter) and their two sons Frank Parkin (age 12 born Exeter) and Frederick Parkin (age 10 born Exeter). Also his two daughter-in-Law Sarah Upright (age 25 born Exeter), Draper's assistant, and Mary Upright (age 20 born Exeter). One servant.[1]

1891 Living at Eagle House, Exe Island, Exeter: Francis Parkin (age 64 born Exeter), Ironfounder - Employer - Married. With his two sons Frank Parkin (age 22 born Exeter), Ironfounder, and Frederick Parkin (age 20 born Exeter), Ironfounder. Also his grandson Walter S. Pook (age 2 born Exeter). Two servants.[2]

1901 Living at Korna, Alphington Road, Exeter: Frederick Parkin (age 30 born Exeter), Iron Founder - Employer. With his wife Lilian M. J. Parkin (age 30 born Brighton) and their two children Francis L. Parkin (age 2 born Exeter) and Betty J. Parkin (age 1 born Exeter). Two servants. [3]

1911 Living at Newhayes, St Thomas, Exeter: Frederick Parkin (age 40 born Exeter), Iron Founder - Employer. With his wife Lilian Maud Jermain Parkin (age 40 born Brighton) and their five children; Francis Leslie Parkin (age 12 born Exeter); Betty Jermain Parkin (age 11 born Exeter); Phyllis Lilian Parkin (age 8 born Exeter); Frederick John Parkin (age 6 born Exeter); and Freda Dorothy Parkin (age 1 born Exeter). Two servants.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1901 Census
  4. 1911 Census