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George Nelson Haden (1817-1892)

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1841 George Haden 52, engineer, lived in Trowbridge with James Haden 50, engineer, George Haden 24, engineer[1]

1851 George Nelson Haden 34, engineer employing 83 men, lived in the house of his father in law in Trowbridge, John Poynton 82, and Sarah Poynton 41, with Mary Haden 39, George Haden 8, Mary Anne Haden 7, Joseph Haden 2, Emma Haden 1[2]

1855 of George, James and George Nelson Haden when James retired

1881 George Nelson Haden 64, Engineer Employing 176 Men & Boys, lived in Melksham with Emma L. Haden 53, William N. Haden 22, Louisa L. Haden 20, Agnes B. Haden 19, Charles J. Haden 17[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1881 census