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Henry Alexander Wilson

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Henry Alexander Wilson (1835-1886), of John H. Wilson and Co

c.1835 Born in Liverpool, son of William Wilson.

1851 William Wilson 54, paint manufacturer, employing 50 men, lived in Liverpool with Elizabeth Wilson 46, John Henry Wilson 25, brass founder, Thomas Wilson 19, paint manufacturer's son, William W Wilson 17, paint manufacturer's son, Henry Wilson 16, Mary Wilson 11, Lucy Wilson 8[1]

1864 Henry Alexander Wilson, brass founder, son of William Wilson, oil merchant, married Jane Kerr in Liverpool[2]

1866 A brass founder on the baptism of his son Robert Kerr Wilson [3]

1871 Henry A Wilson 36, iron founder, lived in West Derby, with Jane Wilson 25, Robert K Wilson 5, Farasek Wilson, 4, Edith K Wilson, 2, Jane K Wilson 7 months[4]

1881 Henry A. Wilson 46, brass founder, lived in West Derby with Edith K. Wilson 12, Jane K. Wilson 10, Henry K. Wilson 8, Charles K. Wilson 7[5]

1886 Died in Toxteth, an ironfounder[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. Parish records
  3. Parish records
  4. 1871 census
  5. 1881 census
  6. BMD