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John Polyblank

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of South Devon Iron Works, Newton Abbot

John Polyblank (c1813- )

1851 Wolborough census 1851. John Polyblank, 38 Millwright, b Milton; Elizabeth Polyblank 30 wife, b Harberton; Charles Polyblank, 2 son, b Newton Abbot.[1]

1853 Partnership dissolved between Immanuel Pyle and John Polyblank of Newton Abbott, brass founders, iron founders, smiths, millwrights [2]

1861 Highweek Road. John Polyblank, H M 49 ironfounder & machinist, b South Milton; Elizabeth, wife, 41, b Harberton; Charles, son, 12, b Wolborough; Emma, dau, 9, b Wolborough; Alfred, son, 4, b Wolborough; Georgina Andrews, visitor, unm, 38, b Harberton[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. London Gazette, 22 April 1853
  3. 1861 Census