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Frederick Brampton

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c.1832 Born in Leicester, son of Isaac and Mary Brampton, a glove maker[1]

1851 Living in Aston, a clerk, with his parents and siblings[2]

1861 Living at Oliver Street, Aston: Frederick Brampton (age 29 born Leicester), a Manufacturer of Rule Joints and Spring Back Portfolios employing 1 man, 1 boy and 11 women and girls. With his wife Caroline Brampton (age 34 born Birmingham) and their children Charles H. Brampton (age 6 born Birmingham); Frederik W. Brampton (age 4 born Birmingham); and Samuel Brampton (age 11 Months born Birmingham). One servant and a boarder.[3]

1862 Rule Joint Maker of Oliver St., Birmingham[4]

1871 A patient in Matlock, a lace manufacturer, being visited by Caroline Brampton 43, and Herbert Brampton 3[5]

1872 Letter clip maker, of 14 Oliver St., Bloomsbury[6]

1874 Died in Aston[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 Census
  4. 1862 Business Directory of Birmingham
  5. 1881 census
  6. 1872 Kelly's Directory of Birmingham
  7. BMD