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E. Talbot

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Edward Talbot (1831-1913)

c. 1831 Born in Stroubridge, son of Edward Talbot and his wife Mary

Mr Talbot Senior had been works manager of Bagnalls Works of Tipton and friend of George and Edward Thorneycroft and Joseph Hall[1]

1863 of London, when he wrote a letter to The Engineer about his father's work.

1871 Edward Talbot 40, iron refiner, of Wolverhampton with Mary Ann Talbot 37, Maria Talbot 11[2]

1881 Edward Talbot 49, iron refiner, lived in Wolverhampton with Mary Ann Talbot 46, Maria Talbot 21 and a visitor John Jones 57, engine fitter[3]

1891 Edward Talbot, 60, milwright, was living with his married daughter Maria in Wolverhampton[4]

1913 Died in Wolverhampton[5]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Engineer 1863/12/11
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census
  5. BMD