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Eliza Howard Andrew

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Eliza Howard Andrew (c1830-1901), of J. E. H. Andrew and Co

1871 Living at Stockport: James Edward Andrew (age 29 born Stockport), Traveller. With his wife Eliza Howard Andrew (age 39 born Stockport).[1]

1881 Living at Belmont Terrace, Brinnington, Cheshire: Eliza Howard Andrew (age 51 born Stockport), (Widow) Engineer and Machine Maker employing 52 men and 2 boys. One servant.[2]

1901 Living at Brinnington Rise, Brinnington, Cheshire: Eliza Howard Andrew (age 70 born Cheshire), Widow. Living on own means. One servant.[3]

1901 Died. Probate to Sarah Wheeldon the wife of John Charles Wheeldon, Bobbin Manufacturer, and to Charles Henry Andrew

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1901 Census