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John Bibby, Junior

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1839 Born in Liverpool son of John Bibby and his wife Fanny[1]

Married Frances Caroline...

1864 Birth of son John Hartley Bibby

1881 John Bibby, Junior, copper merchant and manufacturer, living in Toxteth Park with Francis C. Bibby 38, Hugh G. Bibby 13, T. Francis Bibby 10, Elizabeth E. Bibby 9, Henry Leigh Bibby 8, Enid D. Bibby 6, Francis J. Bibby 5, Muriel A. Bibby 2, Alice M.G. Bibby 1 and in infant[2]

1891 copper smelter, living in St Asaph, with William C Bibby 24, F Francis Bibby 20, Elsie Bibby 19, Harry Bibby 13, Frank Bibby 15, Minnie Bibby 12, Gladys Bibby 11, Gordon Bibby 10, Mary Bibby 8, Francis C Bibby 7[3]

1898 Died at Fachwen St Asaph; age 59[4]; probate to Colonel Alfred Bibby[5].

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Sources of Information

  1. Christening Index
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. Liverpool Burials
  5. National Probate Calendar