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James Carrall Wilcocks

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James Carrall Wilcocks ( -1874)

1860 J. C. Wilcocks moved from 1 Colleton Crescent to Duryard House.[1]

1861 Living at Duryard Park House: J. C. Wilcocks (age 64 born Exeter), Governor of Corporation of Poor, Retired Wholesale Draper. With his wife Celina and four children.[2]

1871 Living at Duryard Park House, Exeter: James C. Wilcocks (age 44 born Exeter), Retired merchant. With his wife Celina (age 48 born Exeter) and sons Edward T. Wilcocks (age 20 born Exeter), Mechanical Engineer, and Charles H. Wilcocks.[3]

1874 April 14th. Died. Formerly of Duryard Park House and late of 1 Colleton Crescent, Exeter. Probate to his widow Celina Douglas Eillcocks.

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Saturday 20 October 1860
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 Census