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William Charles Courtney

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William Charles Courtney (1808-1863) of Barker and Co (Coachbuilders)

1808 Born the son of William Courtney and his wife Charlotte Elizabeth

1835 Freedom of the City admitted - Clothmaker

Married Julia Tattersall (1824-1850)

1850 July 7th. Death of his wife Julia age 26.[1]

1851 Living at 54 Oxford terrace, Paddington: William Courtney (age 68 born America - British subject), Coach Maker - Widower. With his children (some appear to be his grand-children) William C. Courtney (age 42 born London), Coach Maker - Widower; Alice Courtney (age 5 born London); Rose Courtney (age 3 born London); Julia Courtney (age 9 Mo born London); and Eleanor Courtney (age 2 born London). Six servants.[2]

1863 December 26th. Died. 'at Chelmsford, age 55, late of 54 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park'.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Illustrated London News - Saturday 13 July 1850
  2. 1851 Census
  3. Chelmsford Chronicle - Friday 01 January 1864