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Samuel Withers

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Samuel Withers (c1864-1945) of Withers (of Shrewsbury)

ca.1864 Born in Shrewsbury the son of Samuel Withers, a Coach Builder.

1881 Living at Shrewsbury, St Alkmond: Samuel Withers (age 47 born St. Mary, Salop), Coach Builder. With his wife Martha Withers (age 48 born Montgomeryshire) and their children; Fredrick Withers (age 21 born Salop), Coach Painter; Samuel Withers (age 17 born Salop), Coach Builder; Amilia Withers (age 15 born Salop); George Withers (age 13 born Salop); Edith Withers (age 10 born Salop); and Polly Withers (age 4 born Salop). Also his grand-daughter Mable R. Withers (age 4 born Salop).[1]

1911 Living at Sandhurst, Port Hill Road, Shrewsbury: Samuel Withers (age 47 born Shrewsbury), Motor and Carriage Builder. With his wife Elizabeth Withers (age 48 born Dudley) with their son and two daughters.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census