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James Coultas (1818-1890)

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James Coultas (1818-1890) of the company James Coultas

c.1818 Born in Grantham (baptized 1819) the son of James Coultas and his wife Mary

1840 Married Elizabeth Perkins

1841 James Coultas, lived in Grantham, machine maker, with Mary Coultas, James Coultas 24, machine maker and John Coultas 14[1]

1851 Farmer, lived in Grantham with Elizabeth Coultas 32, Tom Coultas 4, William Coultas 3, Elizabeth Coultas 7 Mo[2]

1861 Engineer employing 15 men and 2 boys, living in Grantham with Elizabeth Coultas 42, Tom Coultas 14, William Coultas 12, Elizabeth Coultas 10, Briscis Coultas 6, George Coultas 4, Benjamin Coultas 2, John V Coultas 11 months[3]

1871 Agricultural engineer/master employing 49 men and 10 boys[4]

1881 Agricultural Engineer (Implement Maker) James Coultas 64, lived in Grantham, employed 60 Men and 12 Boys, with Elizabeth Coultas 62, Tom Coultas 34, Agricultural Engineer's Son, Bricus Coultas 26, Benjamin Coultas 22, Ironmonger's Assistant, John Vickerman Coultas 20, Ironmonger's Apprentice[5]

1890 Agricultural engineer and ironmonger, died in Grantham[6]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. National Probate Calendar