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James Swindell Evers Swindell

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1844 Born in Cradley

1861 James Evers Swindell 44, coal and iron master, magistrate, deputy lieutenant for County of Stafford, lived in Upper Swinford, with James Swindell Evers Swindell 17, Mary Letitia Evers Swindell 15, Allan John Even Swindell 14, Agnes Elizh Evers Swindell 12[1]

1864 James Swindell Evers Swindell, Cradley Iron Works, near Brierley Hill.[2]

1896 of Homer Hill, Cradley, Staffordshire

1911 James Swindell Evers-Swindell 67, Colliery Owner, Fire Bucket Manufacturer, lived in Leamington with Mary Evers-Swindell 72, Gertrude Evers-Swindell 41, Rose Evers-Swindell 37[3]

1928 Died in Bewdley[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1864 Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  3. 1911 census
  4. National probate calendar