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Henry Hall (of Sheffield)

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c.1802 Born in Worcester city[1]

1834 Henry Hall of Worcester, married Ann Bingham (born in Sheffield, c.1806[2]) in Chesterfield[3]

1848 Put money into George Walker's new electroplating business in Sheffield, forming Walker, Coulson and Hall

1851 Henry Hall 48, retired wholesale grocer, lived in Claines with Ann Hall 44; John Bingham 12, of Sheffield, was a visitor[4]

1852 The business with George Walker became Walker and Hall

1861 Henry Hall 59, silver plater, master and manufacturer, lived in Ecclesfield with Ann Hall 55[5]

Walker and Hall took Hall’s nephew, John Edward Bingham, into Partnership.

1871 Henry Hall 69, Retired Silver Plate Manufacturer, lived in Abergavenny, with Ann Hall 65[6]

1872 Retired from Walker and Hall

1881 Henry Hall 79, Retired Manufacturer Of Gold & Silver Plate, lived in Abergavenny, with Ann Hall 75[7]

1889 Died in Abergavenny[8]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. Parish register
  4. 1851 census
  5. 1861 census
  6. 1871 census
  7. 1881 census
  8. National probate calendar