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Edwin Varley

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Edwin Varley (1831-1898) of Varley and Yeadon

1831 October 30th. Born in Hunslet, Leeds the son of Thomas Varley, a Soap Boiler, and his wife Eliza

1854 May 6th. Married in Leeds to Frances Ann Westwood daughter of John Westwood, Millwright

1871 Living at 44 Great Providence street, Leeds: Edwin Varley (age 39 born Leeds), Engineer and Millwright employing 37 men and 3 boys. With his wife Francis A. Varley (age 40 born Leeds).[1]

1898 January 19th. Died.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census