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Joseph Cooke Grant

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of Stamford (1808- ), Brass and Iron Founder

1808 Born the son of Robert Cooke and his wife Eliza

1851 Living at St. George's Square, Stamford: Joseph Cooke Grant (age 43 born Stamford), Iron and Brass Founder. With his wife Sarah Ann Grant (age 38 born Stamford) and their seven children; Sarah Anne Grant (age 14 born Stamford); Emily A. C. Grant (age 12 born Stamford); Louisa C. C. Grant (age 9 born Stamford); Joseph Cook Grant (age 7 born Stamford); Thomas Cook Grant (age 6 born Stamford); George F. C. Grant (age 2 born Stamford); and Charles Edwin Grant (age 10 Months born Stamford). Four servants.[1]

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  1. 1851 Census