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John Phillips (4)

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c. 1837 Born in Birmingham, son of Philip Phillips

1860 William Pursall left the partnership of Pursall, Phillips and Son; Philip and his son John continued in business, presumably as metallic bedstead manufacturers.

1871 Metallic bedstead manufacturer, living in Edgbaston, employing 108 hands, with Leah Phillips 25, Harry P Phillips 4, Minnie Phillips 5, Gerald A Phillips 2[1]

1881 Iron bedstead manufacturer[2]

1891 Manufacturer, living in Kings Norton, with Leah Philips 44, Minnie D Philips 25, Harry H Philips 23, manufacturer, Gerald A Philips 22, manufacturer[3]

1901 Retired manufacturer living in Kings Norton with his wife[4]

1911 Mr and Mrs John Phillips were boarding in Eastbourne[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 census
  5. 1911 census