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William Edward Laycock

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William Edward Laycock (1815-1895) of Samuel Laycock and Sons

1842 Birth of son William Samuel Laycock of Sheffield

1861 Living at The Grange, Upper Hallam, Sheffield: William E. Laycock (age 45 born Sheffield), Hair Seating manufacturer. With his wife Jane C. Laycock (age 40 born Sheffield) and their nine children; William S. Laycock (age 18 born Sheffield), Hair Seating manufacturer; Mary D. C. Laycock (age 16 born Sheffield); Clara J. Laycock (age 14 born Sheffield); Edward R. Laycock (age 11 born Sheffield); Lillah M. Laycock (age 9 born Sheffield); John A. Laycock (age 7 born Sheffield); Charles A. Laycock (age 6 born Shunperlowe, Yorks); Florence Laycock (age 3 born Shunperlowe, Yorks); and Amy B. Laycock (age 1 born Shunperlowe, Yorks). Also his cousin Charles D. Pettinger (age 21 born Louth), Manufacturer's Clerk. Four servants.[1]

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  1. 1861 census