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Leonard Wilson Philipson

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Leonard Wilson Philipson (1838-1873) of Atkinson and Philipson

1851 Living at 93 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: George H. Phillipson (age 50 born Northumberland), Coach Builder employing 76 men and boys. With his wife Elizabeth L. Phillipson (age 47 born Newcastle) and their four sons; William Phillipson (age 16 born Newcastle); George? Phillipson (age 14 born Newcastle); Leonard W. Phillipson (age 13 born Newcastle); and Joseph A. Phillipson (age 11 born Newcastle). Two servants.[1]

1861 Living at 15 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: George H. Phillipson (age 60 born bedlington), Coach Maker employing 97 men and 48 boys. With his wife Elizabeth L. Philipson (age 56 born Newcastle) and their three sons; George H. Philipson (age 25 born Newcastle), Cambridge University; Leonard W. Philipson (age 23 born Newcastle), Coach Maker; Joseph P. Philipson (age 21 born Newcastle); Articled Clerk to Solicitors. Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census