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William Dugard, the younger, of Heaton and Dugard
1818 Born son of William Dugard, a butcher
1851 Living at Shadwell Street (next door to the Star(?)): William Dugard (age 33 born Hagley), Metal and Wire Maker. With his son George H. Dugard (age 2(?) born Aston Manor). Also one visitor and a nurse.
1860 Indenture. '...between George Joseph Taylor, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer of Gilt Jewellery, of the first part; William Dugard, of the Shadwell-street, Rolling Mills, and Edmund Heeley, Electro Plater, both of Birmingham...'
1861 William Dugard, 43, metal and wire manufacturer employing 44 men, 4 women, 17 boys and 7 girls; living in Aston with his wife Harriett Louisa 40, William Henry 14, George Heaton Dugard 11, Louisa Jane 10, Herley Arthur 2
1881 Living at 132 Heathfield Road, Handsworth: William Dugard (age 63 born Hagley), Metal and Wire Mills. With his wife Harriet L. Dugard (age 60 born Birmingham) and their sons William Henry Dugard (age 34 born Birmingham), Metal Roller (18 men and 12 boys); and Herbert A. Dugard (age 32 Born Aston, Birmingham), Metal and Wire Mills. Also his niece Jane F. Blackwell (age 24 born Aston, Birmingham). Two servants and a companion.
1890 Died. Executors included Harriet, William Henry and George Heaton Dugard, of Vulcan Rolling Mills, and Herbert Arthur Dugard of Shadwell St Rolling Mills