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John Arthur Anstice

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Sir John Arthur Anstice, KCB, VD (1846-1929), ironmaster

c.1846 Born in Madeley son of John Anstice

1851 John Anstice 41, magistrate and alderman, farmer, ironmaster fourth (??) partner employing 800 men, lived in Madeley with Jane Spencer Anstice 41, Penelope Anstice 70, Robert Henry Anstice 7, John Arther Anstince 5, Elizath Rishcome Anstice 3, Richd Edward Anstice[1]

1861 John Anstice 51, ironmaster employing 800 men, magistrate and alderman, lived in Madeley with Sarah Anstice 28, George Joseph Anstice 24, iron master clerk, Robert Henry Anstice 17, John Arther Anstice 15, Elizabeth Rusle Anstice 13, Louisa Penelope Anstice 9, William Anstice 8[2]

1881 Living in Madeley Hall, Madeley Wood: Sarah Anstice 48, and her step sons, John A. Anstice 35, Ironmaster, J.P. for County of Salop, M.A.Oxon, George J. Anstice 44, Richard E. Anstice 31, Ironmaster & Farmer of 650 Acres, employing 22 Men & 7 Boys, and son John C. A. Anstice 19[3]

1891 Married Agnes Pauline Unna in Westminster[4]

1911 John Arthur Anstice 65, lived in Dymock, private means, with Agnes Pauline Anstice 61[5]

1914 Sir John Arthur Anstice, KCB, VD, lived in Dymock[6]

1929 Buried in Dymock[7]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. Parish records
  5. 1911 census
  6. 1914 Kelly's Directory
  7. Parish register