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William Henry Tannett

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William Henry Tannett (c1843-1928)

c1843 Born

1871 Living at Roundhay Lodge, Roundhay, Yks: Thomas Tannett (age 61 born Malton) Machinist employing 290 men 90 boys. With his wife Charlotte Tannett (age 49 born London) and his son William H. Tannett (age 28 born Leeds), Engineer. Two servants.[1]

1911 Living at 40 Cower Street, Leeds: William Henry Tannett (age 68 born Leeds), Retired Engineer, Engine, Iron and Steel making machinery. Single. Two servants.[2]

1928 August 9th. Died. Probate to Thomas Tannett, Solicitor, and Clement Pflaum, Engineer.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census