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Joseph Parks

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Joseph Parks (c1862- ) of Joseph Parks and Son

c1862 Born the son of Joseph Parks, Senior

1881 Living at Croft House, Manchester Road, Lostock Graham, Cheshire: Elizabeth Massey (age 69 born Lostock Graham), Grocer - Widow. With her daughter and family - Joseph Parks (age 45 born Wincham), Boiler Maker and his wife Frances Parks (age 44 born Manchester) and their eight children; Mary Parks (age 20 born Winnington); Frances E. Parks (age 18 born Wincham); Joseph Parks (age 16 born Wincham); Martha Parks (age 14 born Wincham); John W. Parks (age 9 born Wincham); Ethel V. Parks (age 7 born Wincham); Edith A. Parks (age 4 born Wincham); and Eva Rose Parks (age 2 born Lostock Graham).[1]

1901 Living at 83 Manchester Road, Northwich: Joseph Parks (age 66 born Wincham, Cheshire), Engine Boiler Maker - Employer. With his children Joseph Parks (age 36 born Wincham, Cheshire), Engine Boiler Maker - Employer; John W. Parks (age 30 born Wincham, Cheshire), Engine Boiler Maker - Employer. Others listed. [2]

1911 Living at 157 Middlewich Road, Northwich: Joseph Parks]] (age 49 born Wincham, Cheshire), Boiler Maker - Employer. With his wife Mona Parks (age 26 born Kirkmichael, IOM) and their four children; John Parks (age 5 born Northwich); Mona Parks (age 4 born Northwich); Freda Parks (age 2 born Northwich) and Joseph Parks (age 2 months born Northwich). Married six years with four children. One servant.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census