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William Wigfull

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William Wigfull (1839-1898) of Hydes and Wigfull

1839 Born at Sheffield the son of Joshua Wigfull, Miller and Maltster, and his wife Ann Appleyard

1863 Married at Sheffield to Anne Crawshaw Ragg

1871 Living at 28 Clarke Street, Ecclesall Bierlow: William Wigfall (age 32 born Sheffield), Ironmonger and Manufacturer. With his wife A. C. Wigfall (age 33 born Sheffield) and their three children; James R. Wigfall (age 7 born Sheffield); Mary S. Wigfall (age 3 born Sheffield); and John Wigfall (age 1 born Sheffield). One servant.[1]

1898 Died

1899 Will. Of 22 Barker Road, Nether Edge. Probate to James R. Wigfull (son) and Henry Wigfull (brother).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. Sheffield Daily Telegraph - Monday 13 February 1899