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Henry Ravenhill

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1805 Born in Battersea, son of John and Jane Ravenhill[1]; presumably brother of Richard Ravenhill

1847 Married Emily Puckle in Clapham[2]

By 1851 the partnership of Howard and Ravenhill was operating at the King and Queen Ironworks

1851 Henry Ravenhill 45, iron manufacturer, lived in Clapham with Emily Ravenhill 32, Emily Ann Ravenhill 2, Infant Ravenhill 1 Months[3]

1861 Henry Ravenhill 55, iron manufacturer, lived in Battersea with Emily Ravenhill 41, Emily A Ravenhill 12, Henry T Ravenhill 10, Richard A Ravenhill 8, Margaret Ravenhill 3, Thomas Ravenhill 1[4]

1873 Dissolution of the partnership with Herbert Howard Keeling, as Iron Manufacturers, at Rotherhithe, under the firm of Howard, Ravenhill, and Co.[5]

1891 Henry Ravenhill 85, living on own means in West Battersea, with Emily Ravenhill 72, Emily A Ravenhill 42, Margaret Ravenhill 33, Thomas Ravenhill 31, civil engineer[6]

1893 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. Baptism records
  2. Marriage register
  3. 1851 census
  4. 1861 census
  5. London Gazette 21 November 1873
  6. 1891 census