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Thomas Slingsby

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Thomas Slingsby (1842-1918) of Slingsby and Co

1842 Born at Bradford the son of Joseph Slingsby (1814-1888), Quarry man, and his wife Nancy Allen

1867 Married Mary Ann Crowther (1846-1925)

1871 April 5th. Birth of son Harry Crowther Slingsby

1875 Birth of son Walter Joseph Slingsby

1877 Birth of son Thomas Edward Slingsby

1891 Living at 18 Spring Garden Road, Bradford: Thomas Slingsby (age 49 born Bradford), Reed Mechanic and Employer. With his wife Mary A. Slingsby (age 44 born Low Moor) and their six children; Arthur Slingsby (age 22 born Bradford); Bertha Slingsby (age 21 born Bradford); Harry C. Slingsby (age 20 born Bradford); Walter J. Slingsby (age 15 born Bradford); Thos E. Slingsby (age 13 born Bradford); and Lucy J. Slingsby (age 12 born Bradford).[1]

1901 Living at 27 Victor Road, Bradford: Thomas Slingsby (age 59 born Bradford), Wholesale Bottler Merchant of Ale and Porter - Employer. With his wife Mary A. Slingsby (age 54 born Bradford) and their five children; Arthur Slingsby (age 32 born Bradford), Stuff and Woollen Merchant - Employer; Bertha Slingsby (age 31 born Bradford); Walter J. Slingsby (age 25 born Bradford), Truck Manufacturer - Manager; Thomas E Slingsby (age 23 born Bradford), Foreman Bottling Works; and Lucy J Slingsby (age 22 born Bradford). One servant.[2]

1912 Listed as Slingsby, Thomas, Ale and Ported Bottler, Bath Street and 27 Victor Road.[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1912Post Office Bradford Directory