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Joseph Wilkinson (1836- )

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1836 Born in Lambeth, son of Joseph and Mary Wilkinson

1861 An engineer, living in Southwark with his parents[1]

1881 Joseph Wilkinson 42, mechanical engineer, lived in Deritend with Sarah L. Wilkinson 36, Mary E. Wilkinson 9 months[2]

1891 Joseph Wilkinson 54, mechanical engineer and machine maker, employer, lived in Yardley with Sarah Wilkinson 48, Mary E Wilkinson 10, Edith I Wilkinson 7[3]

1901 Joseph Wilkinson 64, mechanical engineer, employer, lived in Hall Green, Worcs., with Sarah S Wilkinson 58, Mary E Wilkinson 20, Edith J J Wilkinson 17[4]

1911 Joseph Wilkinson 74, mechanical engineer, working on own account, lived in Church Road Hall Green Birmingham with Sarah Sabina Wilkinson 68, Mary Esmeralda Wilkinson 30, Edith Ida Trene Wilkinson 27[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1881 census
  3. 1891 census>
  4. 1901 census
  5. 1911 census