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William Haslam

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William Haslam (c1845-1917), managing director of John Haslam and Co

1851 Living at 19 Chorley New Road, Little Bolton: John Haslam (age 33 born Bolton), Master Cotton Manufacturer. With his wife Jane Haslam (age 34 born Bolton) and their six children; Ellen M. Haslam (age 7 born Little Bolton); William Haslam (age 6 born Little Bolton); Joseph C. Haslam (age 5 born Little Bolton); John P. Haslam (age 3 born Little Bolton); Anne Jane Haslam (age 2 born Little Bolton); and Mary C. Haslam (age 11 months born Little Bolton). Three servants.[1]

1917 Died.

1917 Will. 'Mr. William Haslam, White Bank Deane, Bolton, chairman of John Haslam and Co., Limited, and a director of other companies, left £60,620, with net personalty £52,271.'[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. Manchester Evening News - Wednesday 02 May 1917