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John Marston (1809-1871)

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John Marston (1809-1871) of John Marston and Co

1871 Living at The Elms, Castle Bromwich: John Marston (age 62 born Birmingham), Carriage Builder. With his wife Mary A. Marston (age 54 born Birmingham) and their four children; Clara F. Marston (age 23 born Birmingham); Charles L. Marston (age 20 born Birmingham); Laura E. Marston (age 19 born Birmingham); and Julia L. Marston (age 17 born Birmingham). Three servants.[1]

1871 September 29th John Marston, of Castle Bromwich, Carriage Builder, died in September at Weston-super-Mare. Executors were his sons John Marston, junior, vendor of patent medicines, and Charles Louis Marston, of Worcester Wharf, Birmingham, carriage builder[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. National Probate Calendar