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James Paxman, Senior

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James Paxman, Senior (1806-1875)

1806 May 10th. Born at Sweffling, suffolk the son of Robert Paxman and his wife Martha Taylor

1851 Living at South Street, Colchster: James Paxman (age 44 born Sweeling, Suffolk), Machine Maker and a Widower. With his son James Paxman (age 19 born Colchester), Machine Maker; daughter Esther Paxman (age 17 born Colchester), Housekeeper; son William Paxman (age 16 born Colchester), Servant; daughter Ellen Paxman (age 14 born Elmstead); daughter Elizabeth Paxman (age 12 born Elmstead); daughter Martha Paxman (age 7 born Colchester).[1]

1861 Living (Lodger) at Plough Inn, Green End, Fen Ditton: James paxman (age 52 Swifling, Suffolk), Millwright and a widower.[2]

1875 Died in Colchester

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census