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John Mayo Worrall

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John Mayo Worrall (c1815-1879) of James and John M. Worrall

1815 July 12th. Baptised the son of James Worrall and his wife Sarah

1840 May 28th. Married in Manchester Cathedral to Helen Preston

1851 Living at Ordsall Lane, Salford: John Mayo Worrall (age 35 born Salford), Master Dyer of Fustians employing 300 men. With his wife Helen Worrall (age 30 born Bugsworth, Dby.) and their four children; John H. Worrall (age 5 born Salford); Maria Worrall (age 4 born Salford); Robert P. Worrall (age 3 born Salford); and William H. Worrall (age 2 born Salford). Four servants.[1]

1869 November 27th. Died. probate to his wife Helen.

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  1. 1851 Census