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William Summers

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William Summers (c1860- ) of T. and W. Summers

c1860 Born the son of Thomas Summers

1861 Living at 3 Lower Chambers, Lagne Place, Southampton: Thomas Summers (age 35 born Southwark), Civil Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth Summers (age 32 born Hull) and their children; Joseph Summers (age 10 born Southampton); Laura Summers (age 9 born Southampton); Alice Summers (age 7 born Southampton); Thomas Summers (age 5 born Southampton); Florence Summers (age 3 born Southampton); and William Summers (age 1 born Southampton). Two servants.[1]

1871 Living at 3 Lower Chambers Place, Southampton: Thomas Summers (age 45 born Southwark), Civil Engineer. With his wife Elizabeth Summers (age 42 born Hull) and their children; Joseph Summers (age 20 born Southampton), Apprentice; Lizzie Summers (age 19 born Southampton); Alice Summers (age 17 born Southampton); William Summers (age 11 born Southampton); and Frank Summers (age 2 born Southampton). Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census