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Henry Tyzack

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1808 Born son of Samuel and Harriet Tyzack in Sheffield

1839 Henry Tyzack married Sarah Story in Rotherham[1]

1839 Henry Tyzack moved his sawmaking business from Sheffield to Old Street, Shoreditch

1848 Sarah died in Shoreditch[2]

1848 A widower, saw maker, living in Plumstead, son of Samuel Tyzack, a saw maker, married Louisa Ann Wheeler[3]

1851 Saw master (?), employing 1 man, living in Shoreditch with Louiza Tysack 35, Samuel Tysack 17, apprentice, Mary Tysack 15, Louisa Tysack 13, Elizabeth Tysack 9, Maria Tysack 7, Frederic Tysack 5, Henry Tysack 4[4]

1861 Saw maker, employing 2 men, living in Shoreditch, with Louisa Tysack 46, Elizabeth Tysack 19, Frederick Tysack 16, saw maker, Henry Tysack 14, Walter Tysack 7[5]

1869 Tyzack moved the business again to High Wycombe - see R. Tyzack

1876 Died in Shoreditch[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. Yorkshire, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records
  2. BMD
  3. Parish register
  4. 1851 census
  5. 1861 census
  6. BMD