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William Henry Wynn

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William Henry Wynn (1840-1919)

1840 May 24th. Born at Edgbaston the son of John Shepherd Cook Wynn and his wife Evelina Warden

1851 Living at George Street, Edgbaston: John Cook Wynn (age 42 born Birmingham), Manufacturing Steel Toys (?) Tools. with his wife Evelina Wynn (age 37 born Birmingham) and their sons John Cook Wynn (age 14 born Birmingham) and William Henry Wynn (age 10 born Birmingham).Two servants.[1]

1861 Living at Carnden Lodge, Harborne Road, Edgbaston: John S. C. Wynn (age 52 born Birmingham), Manufacturer. With his wife Evelina Wynn (age 47 born Birmingham) and their three children; John C. Wynn (age 24 born Birmingham), Manufacturer; Jane Wynn (age 22 born Birmingham); and William H. Wynn (age 20 born Birmingham), Manufacturer. Two servants.[2]

1901 Living at 9 Carpenter Road, Edgbaston: William H. Wynn (age 60 born Edgbaston), Steel Toy Maker, Coppersmith, and Brick Maker - Employer. With his wife Emily Wynn (age 51 born Edgbaston) and their two children; Frank V. Wynn (age 25 born Selly Oak), Coppersmith; and Irene C. Wynn (age 23 born Selly Oak). Five servants.[3]

1911 Boarder at 3 Manilla Crescent, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset: William Henry Wynn (age 70 born Birmingham), Manufacturer of Hardware - Employer.[4]

1919 November 15th. Died at 3 Manilla Crescent, Weston-super-Mere. Of Ingleside, Blackwell, Worcestershire. Probate to Howard Seymour Wynn, William Leslie Wynn and Frank Victor Wynn, Manufacturers.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1901 Census
  4. 1911 Census