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Humphrey Chamberlain (c1824-1892) of Round Green, near Barnsley
c.1824 Born, St Michaels, Worcester
1846 manager of a pottery works at Worcester
1849 of the Tything, Worcester; joined I Mech E
His eldest son Humphrey was a locomotive engineer
Subsequently became agent for many years to Messrs. Bradley and Craven, of Wakefield.
1872 Agent for Hoffman's (sic) patent kiln.
1881 A civil engineer - at the time of the census he was lodging in Bangor, Wales, with his wife
1891 Living in Barnsley, Brick and Carbon manufacturer, with his wife Mary A Chamberlain 61 and brother Francis Chamberlain 46
1892 Brick and Carbon manufacturer of Wakefield; died