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Alfred Dyball

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Alfred Dyball (1839-1903), Iron Founder

1839 Born in Harpley, Norfolk, the son of Robert Dyball, Agricultural Implement Maker, and his wife Sophia Lacey

1901 Living at the Village, West Raynham, Norfolk: Alfred Dyball (age 62 born Harpley, Norfolk), Ironfounder - Employer. With his wife Eliza Dyball (age 60 born Sprowston) and their two children Alice Dyball (age 27 born Weasenham, Norfolk) and Robert Dyball (age 25 born Weasenham, Norfolk), Ironfounder.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census