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William Barnes (1817-1892)

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William Barnes (1817-1892), Banker

1817 Born at Exeter the son of Samuel Barnes, Surveyor.

1840 Married at Great Haseley, Oxon., to Lucy Long

1861 Living at Great Duryard, Cowley Road: William Barnes (age 44 born Exeter), Banker and Widower. With four children.[1]

1862/63 Mayor of Exeter.[2]

1871 Living at Duryard, Cowley Bridge Road, Exeter: William Barnes (age 54 born Exeter), Banker and Landowner. With his wife Lucy and three children.[3]

1881 Living at Great Duryard: William Barnes with his daughter.[4]

1891 Living at Great Duryard: William Barnes age 74 born Exeter), Banker and J.P., Widower.[5]

1892 January 21st. Died. Of Great Duryard, Exeter. Probate to Samuel Barnes.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. Exeter Mayors
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 Census
  5. 1891 Census