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Albert William Shore Baily

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Albert William Shore Baily (c1841-1912) of A. Bailey and Co

1881 Living at Mill Lane, Glastonbury: Albert W. S. Baily (age 40 born Wells), Rug and Glove Manufacturer. with his wife Mary Jane Baily (age 40 born Glastonbury) and their five children; Albert A. Baily (age 7 born Glastonbury); Eleanor M. Baily (age 6 born Glastonbury); Frederick W. Baily (age 5 born Glastonbury); Clifford Baily (age 2 born Glastonbury); and Edward M. Baily (age 11 months born Glastonbury). Three servants.[1]

1911 Living at The Beeches, Magdalene Street, Glastonbury: Albert William Shore Baily (age 70 born Wells), Director of A. Bailey and Co - Rug Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Marie Sidonie Baily (age 50 born Taunton) and their sons Clifford Baily (age 32 born Glastonbury), Director of A. Bailey and Co., and Edward Mildred Baily (age 30 born Glastonbury), Director of A. Bailey and Co. and Solicitor. Three servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1911 Census