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Richard Baxendale

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of Chorley

1826 Born in Leyland

1871 Richard Baxendale 44, moulder and machinist, lived in Chorley with Ann Baxendale, 45, Thomas Baxendale 21, moulder iron and brass, Ann Baxendale 19, Martha Baxendale 17, George Baxendale 15, turner and fitter, iron and brass, Elizabeth Baxendale, 12, Ellen Baxendale 10 and his nephews William Crompton 31, cotton weaver, John Crompton 12[1]

1891 Richard Baxendale 65, iron founder, employer, lived in Chorley, with Ann Baxendale 56, Martha Baxendale 34, Elizabeth Baxendale 32[2]

1907 Died in Chorley[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. BMD