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Frederick S. Panton

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Frederick Stephen Panton (1850-1906)

1850 Born in Sunderland

1861 Thomas W Panton 53, iron manufacturer, employing 48 men and 9 boys, lived in South Bishop Wearmouth, with Anne Panton 46, Hugh Panton 20, pupil to his father, William H Panton 18, pupil to his father, Charles E Panton 16, Annie L Panton 14, Frederick S. Panton 11, Marion E Panton 9[1]

1871 T W Panton 64, public accountant, lived in Sunderland with Anne Panton 57, Wm Henry Panton 27, iron merchant, Fredric S Panton 21, mining engineer, Annie S Panton 24, Marion E Panton 19[2]

1881 Frederick S. Panton 31, mining engineer, at Silkworth Colliery cottages, Houghton Le Spring, with his mother Annie Panton 66, his brother Hugh Panton 40, iron merchant, his sisters Annie S. Panton 34 and Marion E. Panton 29, and niece Ethel M. Panton 6 [3]

1901 Frederick Stephen Panton 51, mining engineer, lived in Parkstone, Dorset, with Alice Maud Panton 50[4]

1906 of Sunderland, died in the Canary Islands[5]

Obituary [6]

The death is reported of Mr. Frederick S. Panton, who was mining engineer for the Marquess of Londonderry at Silksworth Colliery for many years, till be retired in 1899 from ill health. He died at Teneriffe at the age of fifty-six years.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1901 census
  5. National probate calendar
  6. The Engineer 27th July 1906