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Henry Wallwork

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Henry Wallwork (c1830-1895) of Henry Wallwork and Co

c1830 Born the son of Joseph Henry Wallwork (1797-1874), a Coal Miner, and his wife Mary

1881 Living at 261 York Street, Cheetham: Henry Wallwork (age 50 born Oldham), Iron Founder (Employing 150 Men and Boys). With his wife Mary A. Wallwork (age 38 born Tipton) and their four children; Amelia Wallwork (age 18 born Manchester); Harry Wallwork (age 14 born Manchester); Maggie Wallwork (age 12 born Manchester); and Fredrick Wallwork (age 2 born Manchester). One servant.[1]

1891 Lodging at Central Beach, Lytham: Henry Wallwork (age 61 born Oldham), Ironfounder. With his wife Mary Ann Wallwork (age 47 born Tipton) and their daughter Maggie Wallwork (age 22 born Manchester).[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1891 Census