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Albert John Stevens

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Albert John Stevens (c1885- ) of AJS

c1885 Born the son of Joseph Stevens

1901 Living at 11 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton: Joseph Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield), Press Tool Maker and Employer. With his wife Sarah A. Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield) and their children George Stevens (age 22 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Joseph Stevens (age 19 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Albert J. Stevens (age 16 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Lily Stevens (age 14 born Wolverhampton); Ethel Stevens (age 12 born Wolverhampton); Daisy Stevens (age 10 born Wolverhampton); and William Stevens (age 7 born Wolverhampton).[1]

1911 Living at 47 Rayleigh Road, Wolverhampton: Albert John Stevens (age 26 born Wolverhampton), Motor Cycle Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Mrs. A. J. Stevens (age 26 born Wolverhampton) and his daughter Ruby Stevens (age 2 born Wolverhampton). Also his mother-in-law J. Wood (age 58 born Wolverhampton); and his brother-in-law Jabez Wood (age 20 born Wolverhampton), Clerk at Motor Factory; and his brother-in-law Arthur Wood (age 18 born Wolverhampton); Mechanic in Motor factory; and his sister-in-law Nellie Wood (age 16 born Wolverhampton).[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census