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Francis Tongue Rufford

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Francis Tongue Rufford (1822-1899) of Rufford and Co

1822 Born the son of Francis Rufford

1851 Living at Prescot House, Upper Swinford, Worcestershire: Sophia Rufford (age 64 born Staffs), Widow. With her son Francis T. Rufford (age 28 born Stourbridge), Fire Brick and Clay Merchant. Also her sister and niece. One visitor. Five servants.[1]

1861 Living at Prescot House, Upper Swinford, Worcestershire: Francis Tongue Rufford (age 38 born Old Swinford House), Landowner Fire Clay Works. With his wife Elizabeth Rufford (age 44 born Chester). Nine servants.[2]

1899 November 4th. Died at Brighton.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census