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Joseph Peel

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Joseph Peel (1801-1866) of Peel, Williams and Co and Peel, Williams and Peel

1801 July 6th. Baptised in Manchester the eldest son of George Peel, Senior and his wife Rebecca Barlow.

1827 Married Anne Voile of Rugby [1]

1851 Living at Sinpleton Brook House, Broughton (age 49 born Manchester), Magistrate for the Borough of Manchester co Lancaster, Engineer Ironfounder. With his wife Ann F. (age 42 born Ringley) and their children Frances (age 21 born Manchester), Isabella (age 20 born Manchester) Rosina (age 19 born Manchester) and George (age 22 born Manchester), an Engineer. Four servants. [2]

1866 On the 14th June he died at his residence, Singleton Brook, Higher Broughton, Manchester, aged 65. [3]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Lancaster Gazette and General Advertiser, for Lancashire, Westmorland, &c., Saturday, June 09, 1827
  2. 1851 Census
  3. The Engineer 1866/06/22