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Alfred Nind Hopkins

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Alfred Nind Hopkins (1836-1905) of J. H. Hopkins and Sons

1836 Born the son of John Head Hopkins

1851 Living at 3 Baskerville Place Crescent, Lady Wood, Birmingham: John H. Hopkins (age 53 born Alcester), Tin Plate Maker and Japanner. With his wife Mary Hopkins (age 51 born Kettering) and their five children; Harriet M. Hopkins (age 26 born Wolverhampton); John S. Hopkins (age 25 born Wolverhampton), Tin Plate Maker and Japanner; Sarah H. Hopkins (age 23 born Wolverhampton); William F. Hopkins (age 22 born Derby), Merchant's Clerk; and Alfred N. Hopkins (age 14 born Birmingham). Two servants.[1]

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  1. 1851 Census