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Albert Henry Pearson

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Albert Henry Pearson (c1862-1930) of Harris and Pearson

c1862 Born the son of George Pearson

1871 Living at Thornhill Hill, Oldwinford: George Pearson (age 48 born Kingswinford), Fire Clay Manufacturer. With his wife Margaret Pearson (age 50 born Hackney) and their five children; William Pearson (age 24 born Kingswinford), Clerk; Esther Jane Pearson (age 21 born Kingswinford); Alice Eliz Pearson (age 17 born Kingswinford); George Pearson (age 11 born Kingswinford); and Albert Henry Pearson (age 9 born Kingswinford). Two servants.[1]

1911 Living at Thom Hill, Love Lane, Stourbridge: Albert Henry Pearson (age 49 born Brierley Hill), Fire Brick Manufacture - Employer. With his wife Kate Nicholson Pearson (age 46 born Nottingham) and their two sons George Turney Pearson (age 19 born Stourbridge) and Ronald Aubrey Pearson (age 8 born Oldswinford, Worcs). Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1871 Census
  2. 1911 Census