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George Portus Naylor

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George Portus Naylor (c1800-1862)

c1800 Born the son of George Naylor and his wife Sarah

1829 He left Naylor and Sanderson to start the new firm of Naylor, Hutchinson, Vickers and Co with Edward Vickers.

1851 Living at Hisborn(?) Bank, Sheffield (age 51 born Sheffield), Merchant, Unmarried. With his mother Sarah (age 78 born London), a Widow. Two servants. [1]

1862 Died [2].

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. The Sheffield and Rotherham Independent, 30 June 1866