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John Sanders Stevens

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John Sanders Stevens (1844-1903)

1844 Born in Covent Garden, London[1], son of John C Stephens, an auctioneer, and his wife Mary[2]

By 1876 was a partner in Archibald Smith and Co

1881 John S. Stevens 36, Engineer & Master Employingg 42 Men & Boys, lived in Wandsworth with Jane Stevens 33, Edwin O. Stevens 8, Percy H. Stevens 2[3]

With Charles George Major patented a hydraulically-operated hoist[4]

1891 John S Stevens 46, manufacturing engineer, employer, lived in Twickenham, with Jane Stevens 42, Edwin C Stevens 18, Beatrice K Stevens 9[5]

1901 John Sanders Stevens 56, mechanical engineer, lived in Twickenham, with Jane Stevens 52, Edwin Charles Stevens 28, mechanical engineer, Percy Herbert Stevens 22, mechanical engineer, Beatrice Katie Stevens 19[6]

1903 of Old Woking, Surrey, died[7]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. The Engineer 1885/04/03
  5. 1891 census
  6. 1901 census
  7. National Probate Calendar