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Henry Steel (1832-1915)

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Henry Steel, Senior (1832-1915) founder of Steel, Peech and Tozer

1832 Born the son of William Steel and his wife Sarah

1857 Married Emma Esther Peech (1838-1909), the daughter of William Peech (1802-1858) and his wife Lydia Barker

1891 Living at Tapton Court, Shoe Lane, Sheffield: Henry Steel (age 59 born Sheffield), Steel Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Emma E. Steel (age 53 born Sheffield) and their children; Clara Steel (age 29 born Sheffield); Henry Steel (age 27 born Sheffield), Manager at Steel Works; William Steel (age 26 born Paddington), Manager at Steel Works; Sydney A. Steel (age 21 born Hornsey), Manager at Steel Works; Emma G. Steel (age 19 born Sheffield); Florence S. Steel (age 15 born Sheffield); Ethel Maude Steel (age 13 born Sheffield); Eleanor Steel (age 10 born Sheffield); and Bernard Steel (age 8 born Sheffield). One visitor and nine servants.[1]

1915 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census