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Joseph Whiteley Shaw

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Joseph Whiteley Shaw of John Shaw and Brothers and Shaw and Shaw

1833 Born in Longwood, son of John Shaw, clothier and grocer, and his wife Charlotte[1]

1841 John Shaw 35, clothier, lived in Golcar with Charlott Shaw 30, Rachel Shaw 10, Joseph Shaw 7, Hannah Shaw 6, Robert Shaw 3, Maryan Shaw 11 Months[2]

1861 Joseph Whitley Shaw 28, woollen manufacturer, lived in Longwood with Rachel A Shaw 30, grocer, Hannah Mac Shaw 25, grocer, Robert Mac Shaw 23, Woollen manufacturer, John Shaw 14[3]

1881 Joseph Whiteley Shaw 48, cotton spinner, Jane Shaw 35, Reginald Wm. Shaw 7 Harold Shaw 5[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1841 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1881 census