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James William Harrison

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of Harrison and Sons

1831 Born in London, son of Thomas Richard Harrison

1861 James W Harrison 30, printer, lived in Somers Town, with Harriett W Harrison 31, James E W Harrison 6, Cecil R Harrison 4, Bernard B Harrison 3, Ralph F Harrison 1[1]

1881 James W. Harrison 50, Printer (second partner), lived in Regents Park Road, with Harriett W. Harrison 51, James E. W. Harrison 26, printer (manager), Cecil R. Harrison 24, graduate, Ralph F. Harrison 21, East India Merchant Superintendent, Herbert W. Harrison 19, undergraduate, Harry G. Harrison 15, Mabel C. M. Harrison 14, Cholmondeley Harrison 11[2]

1911 James William Harrison 80, printer, publisher, etc., senior member of firm, lived in London with Harriett Wyatt Harrison 81, James Ernest Wild Harrison 56, printer and publisher[3]

1912 Died in Charmouth[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1911 census
  4. National probate calendar