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Herbert Terry

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Herbert Terry (1836-1910) of Herbert Terry and Sons

1836 November 08th. Born in Redditch the son of Charles Terry, a needle finisher, and his wife Sarah

Married Mary Ann Young

1871 Living in Beoley Road, Redditch: Herbert Terry (age 34 born Redditch), Fishing Tackle Maker. With his wife Mary A. Terry (age 25 born Redditch) and three children; Ada Terry (age 5 born Redditch); Charles Terry (age 3 born Redditch); and James H. Terry (age 1 born Redditch).[1]

1901 Living at 11 Peakman Street, Redditch: Herbert Terry (age 64 born Redditch), Manufacturer of Springs - Employer. With his wife Mary A. Terry (age 55 born Redditch) and their six children; Ada Terry (age 35 born Redditch); Walter Terry (age 22 born Redditch); Howard Terry (age 18 born Redditch); Clement Terry (age 15 born Redditch); Grace C. Terry (age 13 born Redditch); and Ellen Terry (age 11 born Redditch).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1901 Census