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John Waring

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John Waring (1796-1867)

1796 Born at Wath the son of Joseph Waring (1761-1833) and his wife Elizabeth Sykes (1761-1802)

Married Mary Fletcher (1793-1859)

1820 Birth of son William Waring

1823 Birth of son Henry Waring

1827 Birth of son Charles Waring

1828 Birth of daughter Mary

1832 Birth of son Mark Waring (1832-1859) (who later died in Spain).

1839 With John Towlerton Leather started work as a contractor building a portion of the Midland Railway at Chesterfield, and then they carried out the Chester and Crewe section of the London and North-Western Railway before the partnership was dissolved

1851 Living at Haworth Hall, Brinsworth, Yorkshire: John Waring (age 55 born Wath), Landed proprietor ---. With his wife Mary Waring (age 56 born Chesterfield) and their three children; Henry Waring (age 28 born Eccleshall), Contractor of Public Works; Mary Waring (age 23 born Eccleshall); and Mark Waring (age 19 born Eccleshall). Four servants.[1]

1867 October 7th. Died

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  1. 1851 Census