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George William Swingler

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George William Swingler (c1852- ) of G. and J. Swingler

ca.1852 Born the son of George Swingler

1861 Living at Yates Street, Aston, Birmingham: George Swingler (age 40 born Birmingham), Plated Wire Drawer. With his wife Susanna Swingler (age 31 born Birmingham) and their five children; George W. Swingler (age 9 born Birmingham); Sarah Swingler (age 8 born Aston); Martha Swingler (age 6 born Aston); William Swingler (age 3 born Aston); and Alice Jane Swingler (age 1 born Aston).[1]

1901 Living in Lyndon Road, Solihull: George W. Swingler (age 49 born Birmingham), Light Chain Manufacturer. With his wife Mary A. and their daughter.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1901 Census