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William Lawley (1844-1929)

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1844 Born[1]

1851 William Lawley 37, moulder, living in West Bromwich, Susannah Lawley 37, Betsey Lawley 16, Hannah Lawley 15, Comfort Lawley 12, Caroline Lawley 9, William Lawley 6, Joseph Lawley 3[2]

1861 William Lawley 48, moulder, living in West Bromwich, Susanna Lawley 50, Caroline Lawley 19, William Lawley 16, moulder, Joseph Lawley 14, moulder, Ann Lawley 12, Sarah Lawley 7[3]

1901 William Lawley 57, iron founder, employer, living in West Bromwich next door to his brother Joseph, with Sarah Lawley 58, Fanny Adams 31, Joseph Lawley 30, Florence Lawley 28[4]

1911 William Lawley, iron founder, employer, lived in West Bromwich.

1922 director of W. and J. Lawley

1929 William Lawley (the elder) died in West Bromwich; his executors were William Lawley and Joseph Lawley, retired iron founders[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1901 census
  5. National Probate Calendar