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Edward Jewkes Pearson

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Edward Jewkes Pearson (1838- ) of E. J. and J. Pearson

1838 April 23rd. Born in Kingswinford the son of John Pearson, Coal and Iron Master, and his wife Ann Jewkes

1851 Living at (?) Bank, Kingswinford: John Pearson (age 43 born Kingswinford), Coal and Iron master. With his wife Ann Pearson (age 39 born Kingswinford) and their six sons; Joseph Pearson (age 16 born Kingswinford), Mine Surveyor; Edward Jewkes Pearson (age 12 born Kingswinford); John Pearson (age 11 born Kingswinford); Thomas Parish Pearson (age 5 born Kingswinford); Richard Pearson (age 3 born Kingswinford); and Alfred William Pearson (age 1 born Kingswinford). One servant.[1]

1911 Living at 56 Worcester Street, Stourbridge: Edward Jewkes Pearson (age 72 born Kingswinford), Retired Firebrick Manufacturer - Widower. With his son John Reginald Francis Pearson (age 28 born Amblecote), Collierery Engine driver, and his wife Gertrude Alice Pearson (age 31 born Lye, Worcs.), Tayloress, and their daughter Vivian Claude Pearson (age 2 born Stourbridge). Also EJP's daughter Marie Calestine Pearson (age 40 born Brierley Hill), Housekeeper.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1811 Census