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Samuel Platt (1813-1885)

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Samuel Platt (1813-1885) of Samuel Platt

c.1813 Born in Wednesbury, son of Samuel and Mary Platt

1861 Samuel Platt 42, brass and iron founder, employing 6 men and 6 boys, Rosehannah Platt 42, Edward H Platt 24, moulder, John H Platt 13, moulder, Eliza Platt 2, Mathilda Platt 11, Thomas H Platt 8, George H Platt 4, Fred H Platt 3, Isaiah H Platt 1[1]

1871 Samuel Platt 58, brass and iron founder, employing 26 men and 9 boys, ived in Wednesbury, with Rose Hannah Platt 52, John Platt 27, iron moulder, Eliza Platt 21, Thomas Platt 18, iron moulder, Frederick Platt 13, Isaiah Platt 11. John Platt (b1822) Iron founder, lived next door[2]

1885 Died in Wednesbury[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. National probate calendar