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James Seymour Darlington

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James Seymour Darlington (c1799-1874)

c.1799 Born in Redruth, Cornwall, the son of John Darlington and his wife Jane Seymour.

1841 James Darlington (age 40), miner, lived in St Austell with Maria Darlington 40, Mary Ann Darlington 20, John Darlington 20, George Darlington 15, James Darlington 15, Richard Darlington 10, Maria Darlington 10, Thomas Darlington 8, Joseph Darlington 6, Edwin Darlington 2[1]

1851 James Darlington (age 53), engineer miner, lived in St Austell with Mariah Darlington 52, Mary A Darlington 30, Richard Darlington 21, Thomas Darlington 12, Joseph Darlington 17, Edwin Darlington 13, William H Darlington 7[2]

1861 James Darlington (age 62), mine engine worker, lived in St Austell with Maria Darlington 63, Mary Ann Darlington 42, Thomas Darlington 27, mine engine worker, William Hy Darlington 17, iron founders clerk[3]

1871 James Darlington (age 73), retired engineer, lived in St Austell, with Maria Darlington 73, Mary Ann Darlington 52[4]

1874 Died in St Austell[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. BMD