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Solomon Marshall

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c.1848 Born in Southowram, Yorkshire

1881 Solomon Marshall 33, quarryman, lived in Brighouse with Sarah Marshall 34, Ernest Marshall 9, Annie Marshall 8, Jno.M. Marshall 5, Hanson Marshall 3, Wilson Marshall 8 months[1]

1891 Solomon Marshall 43, stone merchant, lived in Brighouse with Sarah Marshall 44, Ernest Marshall 19, stone quarryman, Annie Marshall 18, John M Marshall 15, plumber, Hanson Marshall 13, Wilson Marshall 10, Sarah E Marshall 8, Norman Marshall 6, Maggie Marshall 4, Susannah Marshall 46[2]

1901 Solomon Marshall 53, stone merchant, employer, lived in Southowram with Sarah Marshall 54, Hanson Marshall 23, stone merchant, employer, Wilson Marshall 20, stone hewer, Sarah E Marshall 18, Norman Marshall 16, Maggie Marshall 14[3]

1911 Solomon Marshall 63, stone quarry owner, lived in Brighouse with Sarah Marshall 64, Sarah Ethel Marshall 28, Noman Mcleod Marshall 26, stone quarry owner[4]

1914 Died in Brighouse; executors were Ernest Marshall and John Mallinson Marshall[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. 1901 census
  4. 1911 census
  5. National probate calendar