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Frederick William Brampton (1856-1949)

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Frederick William Brampton (1856-1949) of Brampton Brothers

1856 Born at Birmingham[1], son of Frederick Brampton and his wife Caroline

1861 Living at Oliver Street, Aston: Frederick Brampton (age 29 born Leicester), a Manufacturer of Rule Joints and Spring Back Portfolios employing 1 man, 1 boy and 11 women and girls. With his wife Caroline Brampton (age 34 born Birmingham) and their children Charles H. Brampton (age 6 born Birmingham); Frederik W. Brampton (age 4 born Birmingham); and Samuel Brampton (age 11 Months born Birmingham). One servant and a boarder.[2]

1879 Manufacturer (son of Frederick Brampton, manufacturer) when he married Hannah Jesons Aston in Birmingham[3]

1881 Frederick W. Brampton 24, manufacturer, lived in Aston with Hannah J. Brampton 29[4]

1886 Birth of daughter Gertrude

1888 Hannah Jevens Brampton died in Aston.

1897 Frederick William Brampton J.P. Mayor of Sutton Coldfield. The Sycamores, Sutton Coldfield. Director of Brampton Brothers. [5]

1901 Frederick W Brampton 44, living on own means in Kidderminster with Emily Ellen Brampton 34, Annie Norah Brampton 19, Gertrude Brampton 14, Dorothy E Brampton 8, Frederick M Brampton 6, Harry Leigh Brampton 3, Caroline Brampton 74[6]

1911 Engineer, employer at Cookley Iron Works, living in Kidderminster, with Emily Ellen Brampton 44, George Stuart Brampton 19, Frederick Moore Brampton 16, engineer at Cookley Iron Works, Charles Clifford Brampton 14, Harry Leigh Brampton 13, Gwendoline Mary Brampton 5, Annie Nora Brampton 29, Edith Brampton 28[7]

1949 Frederick William Brampton (born 1856), formerly of Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield, died in Aberdovey, Merionethshire[8] [9]




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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 Census
  3. Marriage register
  4. 1881 census
  5. The Times, Monday, May 17, 1897
  6. 1901 census
  7. 1911 census
  8. BMD
  9. Andrews Newspaper Index Cards, 1790-1976