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William Henry Fulford

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William Henry Fulford (1861-1939)

1861 Q2. Born in Banbury the son of William Fred Fulford and his wife Maria

1871 Living at West Street, Warkworth, Banbury (age 11 born Banbury). With parents William Fred Fulford (age 42 born Waltham, Lincs), a Tailor, and Maria (age 37). Also his five siblings. [1]

1881 Living at 30 Calthorpe Street, Banbury (age 19 born Banbury), Grocer's assistant. With his mother Maria (age 47), a seamstress and widew) and his siblings John Edward (age 18), Peter (age 14), Annie (age 12) and Emma E. (age 10). [2]

1901 Living at Everton Cottage, Clarence Street, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire (age 39 born Banbury), cycle manufacturer and employer. With wife Annie M. (age 41 born Banbury) and children Mary C. (age 7), Francis Leo (age 6), Cyril D. (age 4) and Mary Theodora W. (age 1). Plus a general servant. [3]

1903 Formed Mills-Fulford with James Mills

1913 Listed at Millford House, Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry [4]

1926 Listed as living at the Manor House, Aston-le-Walls, Northants and shown as a director of Morris and the general manager of Hollick and Pratt [5]

1933 Listed at Great Bourton, Banbury [6]

1936 Q4. Died at Banbury age 75

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1901 Census
  4. Spennell's Annual Directory of Coventry & District, 1912-13
  5. The Times, Monday, Jul 12, 1926
  6. The Edinburgh Gazette, May 23, 1933.