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George Heaton (1824-1889)

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c1824 Born in Birmingham, son of George Heaton, engineer[1]

1841 George Heaton 50, general m...., lived in Erdington with Mary Heaton 50, Mary Heaton 20, Harriet Heaton 20, George Heaton 15, Sarah Heaton 14, Emma Heaton 11, Fanny Heaton 9, Walter Turner 5, William Dugard 20[2]

1849 George Heaton, an engineer, married Julia Jane Whittall in Aston[3]

1857 Death of his son, at Rhyl, in his second year, Ralph, youngest son of Mr. G. Heaton of Shadwell Street Mills.[4]

1858 Wire drawer of Brougham Street[5]

1881 George Heaton 57, metal and wire manufacturer, lived in Solihull with Julia J. Heaton 59, Arthur Heaton 23, metal and wire manufacturer, Alice E. Heaton 21, Ada A. Heaton 18, and his niece Amelia J. Vaughan 10[6]

1889 Died in Solihull, a metal roller and wire drawer[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. Marriage record
  2. 1841 census
  3. Parish records
  4. Birmingham Gazette - Monday 24 August 1857
  5. Birmingham Directory 1858
  6. 1881 census
  7. National probate calendar