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William Pitcher (1782-1860)

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William Pitcher (1782-1860) of Thomas Pitcher and Sons, H. J. and W. Pitcher and later of William Pitcher

1782 March 20th. Born in Deptford the son of Thomas Pitcher and his wife Ann Elizabeth Young

1851 Visitor at Dawlish: William Pitcher (age 69 born Deptford), Ship Builder - Unmarried.[1]

1860 October 20th. Died at The Terrace, Northfleet, in his 79th year.[2] Of the Northfleet Dockyard.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. London Evening Standard - Thursday 25 October 1860
  3. Gravesend Reporter, North Kent and South Essex Advertiser - Saturday 27 October 1860