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John Charles Chubb

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1847 Born in Clerkenwell, son of John Chubb

1861 John Chubb 45, patent lock manufacturer, lived in Islington with Priscilla Chubb 41, John Chubb 14, George Chubb 12, Priscilla Chubb 10, Harry Chubb 3[1]

1871 John C Chubb 24, patent lock and safe manufacturer, lived in Hampton with Ella S Chubb 22, Ella F Chubb 10 Months[2]

1872 After the death of John Chubb, his 3 sons were managing directors of Chubb and Sons

1881 John C. Chubb 34, Patent Detector Lock & Iron Safe Maker Employing 170 Workmen 29 Clerks 16 Boys 2 Women, lived in Teddington with Ella S. Chubb 32, Ella F. Chubb 10, Beatrice M. Chubb 9, John E. Chubb 7, Charles E. Chubb 4[3]

1891 John C Chubb 43, lock and safe maker, employer, lived in Hampton with Ella S Chubb 42, Ella F Chubb 20, Beatrice M Chubb 19, Robert N Chubb 10, Eric V Chubb 6, Evelyn M T Chubb 2[4]

1899 Died in Lewisham[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. BMD