John Charles Rawson
Born 11/04/1830 in Sheffield
Settled in Sheffield - later Southport
Died 1906
Father Samuel Rawson
Mother Harriet Skinner

Siblings Samuel Ellison Rawson, Arthur Rawson, Herbert Alexander Rawson, Walter Rawson, Frederick Percy Rawson, Henry Anthony Rawson, Emily Hannah Rawson, Harriet Maria Rawson, Louisa Jane Rawson, Lucy Ellen Rawson, James Harvey Rawson
Children Harvey Rawson, Lucy Agness Rawson, Jessie Rawson
Notes Baptised in April 1830 at St Philip's, Sheffield. Born early 1830. On his marriage certificate he is a Joiner. In 1841 living at Hill Foot Sheffield with his parents and family., aged 11. In 1851 census was aged 21 and living with his parents and family in Hill Foot, Sheffield, and wa a carpenter. Is stated here to be deaf, but this is not recorded on the 1881 census under disabilities. In 1861 census he is in Langsett Road, Sheffield and also stated to be deaf. He was 51 at the time of the 1881 census and lived with his wife and children Harvey and Jessie at 132 Langsett Road, Nether Hallam. Also a servant Annie Cooke. Described as "Master Joiner Employing 2 men". Entered as Builder and Contractor in Marriage Certificate of his son Harvey. Silver plate presented to John Charles and his wife on their Golden Wedding Anniversary is in our possession (dated 25/11/1902). We also have a large book "Old England" which has his name and the address 49 Oak Street written in it. This is probably Oak Street in Southport as the writing is that of an older man, though the book is dated 1845. In 1901 census "living on his own account" in Oak Street, Southport. Died in1906 (in the same quarter of the year as his elder brother James Harvey)..