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John Fletcher holbeck

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Hi All
Just found a burial date for John Fletcher dated 10th sep 1787 holbeck i was wondering if anyone could possibly find out his age at the time of death or anything on his occupation as a clockmaker
Many thanks Richard
 
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Hello Richard

Information from the Whitehall Evening Post (1770) (London, England), September 11, 1787 - September 13, 1787; Issue 6292.
On Saturday morning, John Fletcher, of Holbeck-lane-end, clock-maker,
was taken dead out of the river near the Old Buckram House in this town.

Unable to find age at death.

Cassie
 

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