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Edwin Ullmer

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Edwin Ullmer (c1818- )

c1818 Born in Portsmouth

1851 Living at 69 Myddelton Street, Clerkenwell: William Ullmer (age 31 born St. Andrews, Mddx.), Printing Press Maker employing 3 men. With his wife Susanna Ullmer (age 18 born St. Pancras) and his brother Edwin Ullmer (age 33 born Portsmouth), Printing Press Maker.[1]

1861 Living at 5 Castle street, Holborn: Edwin Ullmer (age 43 born Portsmouth), Printing Press Maker employing ? man and 5 boys. With his wife Caroline Ullmer (age 24 born Clapham). One visitor. One boarder. One apprentice. One servant.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census