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Robinson Westray

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Robinson Westray (1841- )

1841 Born the son of Thomas Westray, Landed Proprietor, and his wife Isabella

1851 Living at Behind Town, Workington: Thomas Westray (age 56 born (?), Cumberland), Landed Proprietor. With his wife Isabella Westray (age 47 born Workington) and seven children; Margaret Westray (age 14 born Workington); James Westray (age 13 born Workington); Thomas Westray (age 11 born Workington); John Westray (age 10 born Workington); Robinson Westray (age 10 born Workington); George Westray (age 8 born Workington); and Jane Westray (age 7 born Workington). One visitor and two servants.[1]

1881 Living at Abbey Road, Barrow-in-Furness: Robinson Westray (age 40 born Workington), Engineer and Founder - Unmarried. Two servants.[2]

1901 Living at Marylebone, London: Robinson Westray, Junior (age 60 born Workington), Ship Owner - Employer. With his wife Constance E. Westray (age 40 born London) and their two daughters; Frances M. Westray (age 5 born St. Johns Wood) and Constance R. Westray (age 5 born St. Johns Wood). Three servants.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1881 Census