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William Lawley

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William Lawley Junior (c1867-1940)

c.1867 Born in West Bromwich, son of William Lawley, Senior

1901 Iron founder, worker, living in West Bromwich with Annie Lawley 32, Dorothy M Lawley 11, William W Lawley 9, Clive S Lawley 5, Irene M Lawley 9 months[1]

1922 director of W. and J. Lawley

By 1929 he had retired.[2]

1940 Died in Chesterfield[3]

1942 His estate had an interest in Repton Foundry, of which firm he and his wife, Annie, had been members.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. Executor of his father's estate
  3. BMD