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Richard Marshall (b.1870)

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Richard Marshall (1870-1953) of Richard Marshall

1870 Born the son of Richard Marshall, a Watchmaker.

1901 Living at High Street, Clay Cross: Richard Marshall (age 59 born Heage, Dbys.) Watchmaker. With his wife Ann Marshall (age 55 born Bakewell) and their four children; Richard Marshall (age 30 born Heage, Dbys.), Cycle Maker; Henry Marshall (age 21 born Clay Cross), Watch Maker; Emma Marshall (age 18 born Clay Cross); and Mabel Marshall (age 12 born Clay Cross). Also his brother-in-Law George Roebuck (age 34 born Bakewell).[1]

1902 Married at Tibshelf to Sarah Ann Wood

1911 Living at Kenning Street, Clay Cross: Richard Marshall (age 40 born Clay Cross), Cycle Repairer. With his wife Sarah Ann Marshall (age 43 born Clay Cross) and their two sons John Marshall (age 8 born Clay Cross) and Richard Marshall (age 2 born Clay Cross).[2]

1939 Living at 148 High Street, Clay Cross: Richard Marshall, born 6th March 1870. Cycle repairer. With his wife and son Richard.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census
  3. 1911 Census