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George Stevens

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George Stevens (c1879-1952) of AJS

1881 Living at Hickman Street, Willenhall: Joseph Stevens (age 27 born Wednesfield), Jobbing Smith and Press Tool Maker. With his wife Sarah Ann Stevens (age 26 born Wednesfield) and their children Lucy Stevens (age 5 born Wednesfield), Harry Stevens (age 4 born Wednesfield), and George Stevens (age 2 born Wednesfield).[1]

1901 Living at 11 Tempest Street, Wolverhampton: Joseph Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield), Press Tool Maker and Employer. With his wife Sarah A. Stevens (age 46 born Wednesfield) and their children George Stevens (age 22 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Joseph Stevens (age 19 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Albert J. Stevens (age 16 born Wednesfield), Fitter Machine; Lily Stevens (age 14 born Wolverhampton); Ethel Stevens (age 12 born Wolverhampton); Daisy Stevens (age 10 born Wolverhampton); and William Stevens (age 7 born Wolverhampton).[2]

1904 Married to Florence Capper

1911 Living at 4 Rayleigh Road, Wolverhampton: George Stevens (age 32 born Wednesfield), Mechanical Engineer now acting as General Manager of a Motor Cycle Manufacturer. With his wife Florence Sarah Stevens (age 29 born Wolverhampton) and their children Florence Esme Stevens (age 6 born Wolverhampton); Joseph Hanford Stevens (age 5 born Wolverhampton); and Madeline Millicent Stevens (age 3 born Wolverhampton). Also one visitor and one servant.[3]

1952 Died at Wolverhampton

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census