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John Farrand Clarke

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John Farrand Clarke (1820-1898) of J. F. Clarke and Sons

1820 Born at Bethnal Green the son of John Farrand Clarke (1800-1821) and his wife Jane Palmer

1846 Married at St. Pancras to Ann Eastin and had seven sons and three daughters

1846 Birth of son Robert Clarke (1846-1922)

1849 Birth of son William Clarke (1849-1909)

1851 Birth of son Alfred Clarke (1851-1912)

1854 Birth of son Arthur Clarke (1854-1922)

1859 Birth of son John Clarke (1859-1946)

1861 Living at Windermere, Lewisham: John F. Clarke (age 41 born Bethnal Green), Gas Fitter employing 7 men and 4 boys. With his wife Ann, son Arthur and two sets of twin children - (Emma and Eliza) and (John and Anne).[1]

1861 Birth of son George Clarke

1864 Birth of son James Clarke

1901 Living at Field Park, Ifield, Sussex: John Farrand Clarke (age 71 born Hackney), Gas Engineer and Employer. With his wife Ann and two daughters.[2]

1898 October 27th. Died. 'of 29 Moorgate street, after a lingering illness age 79.'[3]

1900 Concerning his estate. Late of Capel Curig, Moss Hall Grove, North Finchley, and formerly of 49 Moorgate Street.[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. London Evening Standard - Saturday 29 October 1898
  4. Barnet Press - Saturday 03 November 1900