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George Wade (1863-1938)

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1863 Born the son of George Wade

1901 Living at Watlands, Porthill, Wolstanton: Harriet Wade (age 72 born Whitechurch), Widow. With her five children; William Wade (age 43 born Tunstall), Manufacturer of Earthenware and Tiles and Employer; Eleanor Reade James (age 45 born Tunstall), Married. Also Harriet Annie James (age 22 born Norton in Moors), grand-daughter and Elementary School teacher; George Wade (age 37 born Tunstall), Manufacturer of Pottery used in Textile Industry and Employer. Also Marie Hart Wade (age 38 born Castle Donnington), (daughter-in-law); George Albert Wade (age 9 born Burslem), grandson; Albert Joseph Wade (age 35 born Tunstall), Manufacturer of Earthenware and Tiles and Employer; Mary Ann Wade (age 33 born Tunstall).Two servants.[1]

1911 Living at The Mount, 1 Porthill, Longport, Stoke On Trent: George Wade (age 48 born Tunstall), Pottery Manufacturer and Employer. With his wife Marie Start Wade (age 49 born Castle Donnington) and their son George Albert Wade (age 19 born Burslem), Manager at Pottery Manufacturer. Two servants.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 Census
  2. 1911 Census