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William Alexander Tyzack

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1836 Born in Eccleshall, eldest son of Ebenezer Tyzack and his wife Sarah

Presumably worked in the family business, W. Tyzack and Sons

1867 His father died

1868 Founded his own business William A. Tyzack and Co

1871 William Alexander Tyzack 34, manufacturer (steel and tools), living in Ecclesall Bierlow, with Elizh Ada Hardy Tyzack 34, William Tyzack 7, Ebenezer Bernard Tyzack 1, Elizabeth Hardy Tyzack 1 Month, and his mother Sarah Tyzack 71[1]

1881 William A. Tyzack 44, steel manufacturer, living in Ecclesall Bierlow, with Elizabeth A. Tyzack 46, William Tyzack 17, Ebenezer B. Tyzack 11, John S. Tyzack 3[2]

1889 Died, merchant and manufacturer

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census