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James Frederick Jackson

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Was a member of the firm Spear and Jackson.

1858 Born son of J. B. Jackson, Alderman of Sheffield

1881 Joseph J. Jackson 52, Steel Merchant And Saw And Agricultural Implement Manufacturer, lived in Ecclesall Bierlow with Mary Jackson 45, James F. Jackson 22, merchant, Edith C. Jackson 20, Amy J. Jackson 15, Gertrude A. Jackson 5, Winifred M. Jackson 2[1]

1901 Mary Jackson 65, James Fredk Jackson 42, steel manufacturer, employer, living in Worksop with Amy Josephine Jackson 28, Winifred May Jackson 22[2]

1905 February 12th. Died Suddenly at the age of 46. of Sparken Hill, Worksop.[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1901 census
  3. The Engineer 1905/02/17