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Brother of [[Edward Taylor Simpson]] and [[James Carrington Simpson]]
 
Brother of [[Edward Taylor Simpson]] and [[James Carrington Simpson]]
  
1851 Joseph Simpson 49, superintendent of pipe laying, Manchester and C. water works, lived in Manchester with Mary Simpson 44, [[James Carrington Simpson]] 22, civil engineer, Elisabeth Simpson 20, Joseph Carrington Simpson 18, Harry Taylor Simpson 16, book-keeper, Ellen Simpson 11, Alice Carrington Simpson 9, Edward Taylor Simpson 7<ref>1851 census</ref>
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1851 Joseph Simpson 49, superintendent of pipe laying, Manchester and C. water works, lived in Manchester with Mary Simpson 44, [[James Carrington Simpson]] 22, civil engineer, Elisabeth Simpson 20, Joseph Carrington Simpson 18, Harry Taylor Simpson 16, book-keeper, Ellen Simpson 11, Alice Carrington Simpson 9, [[Edward Taylor Simpson]] 7<ref>1851 census</ref>
  
 
Up to 1870 he was general manager of the [[Buenos Ayres and Ensenada Port Railway]]
 
Up to 1870 he was general manager of the [[Buenos Ayres and Ensenada Port Railway]]

Latest revision as of 11:49, 1 August 2020

c.1835 Born in Chapel en le Frith

Brother of Edward Taylor Simpson and James Carrington Simpson

1851 Joseph Simpson 49, superintendent of pipe laying, Manchester and C. water works, lived in Manchester with Mary Simpson 44, James Carrington Simpson 22, civil engineer, Elisabeth Simpson 20, Joseph Carrington Simpson 18, Harry Taylor Simpson 16, book-keeper, Ellen Simpson 11, Alice Carrington Simpson 9, Edward Taylor Simpson 7[1]

Up to 1870 he was general manager of the Buenos Ayres and Ensenada Port Railway

1880 Died in Liverpool[2]

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  1. 1851 census
  2. National probate calendar