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Peter Ormerod Whitehead

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Peter Ormerod Whitehead (c1835- )

1868 of Ilex Cotton Mill, Rawtenstall, near Manchester.

1861 Living at Holly House, Lower Boots, Lancs: Peter O. Whitehead (age 26 born Whalley, Lancs), Cotton Spinner and Manufacturer. With his wife Helen Whitehead (age 28 born Halifax) and their two children Louisa E. Whitehead (age 2 born Whalley, Lancs) and James P. Whitehead (age 1 born Whalley, Lancs). One Lodger. One servant. Note: Nearby is John B. Whitehead[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census