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1871 Living at Churchside, Methley, Yks: Thos Wm Embleton (age 61 born Newcastle-upon-Tyne), Viewer of Collieries. With his wife Caroline Ann Embleton (age 59 born Durham) and their eight children; Caroline Ann Embleton (age 34 born Rothwell); Isabell Embleton (age 32 born Rothwell); Emma Embleton (age 31 born Rothwell); Louisa Embleton (age 29 born Rothwell); Thos Wm Embleton (age 28 born Rothwell), Viewer of Collieries; Denis Maud Embleton (age 25 born Rothwell), Mechanical Engineer; Emily Maud Embleton (age 20 born Rothwell); and Henry Cawood Embleton (age 16 born Rothwell). Two servants.
1889 Patent. Thomas William Luffy and Denis Embleton, of Leeds, improvements in the method of, and apparatus for checking and registering fares or charges chiefly applicable to tramcars and omnibuses.
1909 March 1st. Died. Of Methley, Yorkshire, engineer. Probate to his brother Henry Cawood Embleton, mining engineer.