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Thomas Craven (2)

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c1800 Born at Hunslet[1]

1841 Living at Stretford Street, Hulme: Thomas Craven (age c35), Mechanic. With his wife Mary Craven (age c35) and their children Greenwood Craven (age c15), Ap Mechanic; John Craven (age c5); and Susannah Craven (age c5).[2]

1851 Living at North Street, Hulme: Thomas Craven (age 50 born Hunslet), Engineer. With his wife Mary Craven (age 48 born Bradford) and their children Greenwood Craven (age 25 born Bradford); William Craven (age 22 born Bradford); Sarah Ann Craven (age 19 born Bradford); John Craven (age 18 born Bradford); and Mary Craven (age 17 born Bradford).[3]

Died between 1851 and 1861

1861 Living at 424 Collyhurst Road, Manchester: Mary Craven (age 57 born Bradford), Widow. With her son John Craven (age 25 born Shipley), Machine Maker (Master); and her daughter Mary Craven (age 17 born Manchester).[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1841 Census
  3. 1851 Census
  4. 1861 Census