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William Summerscales

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William Summerscales (c1804- ) of W. and S. Summerscales and Sons

1851 Living at Keighley (age 47 born Haworth, Yorkshire), Warp Dresser. With wife Ann (age 45) and children Elizabeth (age 28); William (age 24), National Schoolmaster; Sarah Ann (age 21); John (age 19), Spindle and Flyer Maker; Samuel (age 17), Pupil Teacher; and Joseph (age 13). [1]

1861 Living at Keighley (age 57 born Haworth, Yorkshire), Washing Machine Maker. With wife Ann (age 55 born Keighley) and daughter Sarah A. (age 31 born Keighley). [2]

1871 Living at Oakworth Road, Keighley (age 67 born Haworth, Yorkshire), Agricultural Implements and Washing Machine Maker and Ironfounder. With wife Ann (age 65 born Keighly) and daughters Elizabeth (age 48) and Sarah Ann (age 40). [3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1861 Census
  3. 1871 Census