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William Charles Brindley

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William Charles Brindley (c1877- ) of F. J. Brindley and Sons

1901 Living at 644 Abbeydale Road, Eccleshall Bierlow, Sheffied: Frederick J. Brindley (age 46 born Birmingham), Hammer Manufacturer- Employer. With his wife Emma Brindley (age 47 born Horse Wag Head) and their six children; William C. Brindley (age 24 born Sheffield), Hammer Factory Manager; Frank H. Brindley (age 20 born Sheffield), Hammer Maker; Lilian E. Brindley (age 17 born Sheffield); Sydney J. Brindley (age 15 born Sheffield), Clerk in General Office; Charles V. Brindley (age 10 born Sheffield); Frederick A. Brindley (age 9 born Sheffield). One boarder. Two servants.[1]

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  1. 1901 Census