The British book trades: topographical listings. Oxfordshire
This page is one of a series of county listings which are being developed to bring together biographical information relating to localities throughout the British Isles which is currently scattered in other sections of the Exeter Working papers. They are not intended as exhaustive listings. The main sources covered are bankruptcy notices 1731-1806, apprenticeships 1710-1777 and insurance policies 1775-1787. Other information is being added and entries amalgamated as information is available.
DEDDINGTON, Oxfordshire. There is an interesting pamphlet which documents 19th century Deddington printers/publishers which also lists workers at the Deddington paper mill. Information from Jon Malings.
Malins, John Emberlin, Deddington, papermaker 1841-61 (census). His son Henry appears on the on the 1841 census as a paper maker's apprentice, living at the Mill with John Emberlin (aged 25) papermaker and John's mother Sophia. Henry Malins continued in the papermaking trade. He is on the 1871 census as Henry Mallins, born North Tawton for some reason, working at the mill in Abbotskerswell, Devon. Wife Elizabeth is born in Deddington. John Malins' daughter Ann marries Thomas Francis Casebrook (or Scarsbrook) in 1838 in Deddington, Oxfordshire. His occupation is papermaker. He is also on the 1851 census in Derby as Francis Casebrook, occupation papermaker. Information from Jon Malings.
This page last updated 26 June 2011
© Ian Maxted, 2005.