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Benjamin Timmington

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Benjamin Timmington (1848-1916)

1848 Born in Netherton the son of Joseph Timmington and his wife Mary Walker

1901 Living at 39 Meredith Street, Rowley Regis: Joseph Timmington (age 52 born Netherton), Chain Examiner. With his wife Sarah Timmington (age 51 born Netherton), Chain Maker, and their four children; Benjamin Timmington (age 21 born Netherton), Chain Maker; John T. Timmington (age 17 born Netherton), Labourer Bricklayer; Joseph L. Timmington (age 14 born Netherton), Chain Maker; and Ethel M. Timmington (age 11 born Netherton).[1]

1911 Living at 14 Meredith Street, Cradley Heath, Staffs: Benjamin Timmington (age 31 born New Town, Staffs), Chain Smith - Worker. With his wife Emma Jane Timmington (age 29 born Old Hill, Staffs) and their three children; Joseph John Thomas Timmington (age 8 born Old Hill, Staffs); Ruth Timmington (age 6 born Cradley Heath); and Joseph Timmington (age 3 born Cradley Heath).[2]

1916 Birth of son David Timmington

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census