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Charles Ebenezer Richardson

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Charles Ebenezer Richardson of C. E. Richardson and Co

c1875 Born the son of Ebenezer Richardson and his wife Mary Ann

1881 Living at 10 Abbeydale Road, Ecclesall Birlow, Sheffield: Ebenezer Richardson (age 33 born Sheffield), a Sewing Machine Maker. With his wife Mary Ann (age 32 born Sheffield) and their sons Charles Ebenezer Richardson (age 6 born Sheffield), Ernest Richardson (age 3 born Sheffield) and Alice Richardson (age 1 born Sheffield). Sharing a house with John Henry Pitt (age 32), a Razor Maker. [1]

1891 Living at Holmhirst Road, Norton, Derbyshire: Ebenezer Richardson (age 43 born Sheffield), a Machine Tool Maker. With his wife Mary A. Richardson (age 40 born Sheffield) and their children Charles E. Richardson (age 16 born Sheffield), Carver Tools; Ernest Richardson (age 13 born Sheffield), Spring Knife Cutter; Alice J. Richardson (age 11 born Sheffield); Florrie Richardson (age 7 born Sheffield); Birtha Richardson (age 2 born Norton); and Arthur R. Richardson (age 10 months born Norton). [2]

1901 Living at 32 Holmhirst Road, Norton, Derbyshire: Ebenezer Richardson (age 53 born Sheffield), Manufacturer - Glass Cutter and an Employer. With his wife Mary Ann Richardson (age 50 born Sheffield) and their children Charles E. Richardson (age 26 born Sheffield), a Mechanical Engineer and Employer; Ernest Richardson (age 23 born Sheffield), a Mechanical Engineer; Alice J. Richardson (age 21 born Sheffield), a Teacher of Pianoforte; Florry Richardson (age 17 born Sheffield), Dressmaker; Bertha Richardson (age 12 born Woodseat, Derbyshire), Arthur R. Richardson (age 10 born Woodseat, Derbyshire); and Grace E. Richardson (age 7 born Woodseat, Derbyshire).[3]

1920 Patent. Improved means for starting automobile or other internal combustion engines - United Kingdom Patent GB168460

1959 Q1. Died in Sheffield

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 Census
  3. 1901 Census