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George Beardshaw

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George Beardshaw (c1802-1869)

c1802 Born in Sheffield the son of Jonathan Beardshaw

Married Amelia

1822 Baptism of son John in Saint Peter's Cathedral, Sheffield[1]

1851 Living at (?) Bank, Fullwood Road, Ecclesall Bierlow: George Beardshaw (age 49 born Sheffield), Saw and File manufacturer. With his wife Amelia Beardshaw (age 48 born Sheffield) and their eight children; Ann Hammond (age 26 born Sheffield); Jonathan Beardshaw (age 23 born Sheffield), Bank Clerk; William Beardshaw (age 22 born Sheffield), Saw and file manufacturer; Charles Beardshaw (age 19 born Sheffield), Merchant's Clerk; Edward Beardshaw (age 17 born Sheffield), Merchant's Clerk; Elizabeth M. Beardshaw (age 15 born Sheffield); Mary H. Beardshaw (age 13 born Sheffield); Albert Beardshaw (age 11 born Sheffield). One servant.[2]

1863 Left the partnership of J. Beardshaw and Son

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 Census