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James Dunlop (1831-1904)

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of Hodge, Hislop, Dunlop and Co and Dunlop, Bell and Co

1831 July 20th. Born at Carmichael, Lanarkshire, Scotland, the son of James Dunlop and his wife Jane

1861 Living in Birkenhead, James Dunlop 30, iron moulder, with Elizabeth Dunlop 28, Margaret W Dunlop 6, Jessy C Dunlop 4, and his mother Jane Clark 62[1]

c1863 Birth of son William Dunlop

1871 Living at 61 Upper Stanhope Street, Toxteth Park, Liverpool: James Dunlop (age 40 born Scotland), Master Ironfounder. With his wife Elizabeth Dunlop (age 38 born Scotland) and their five children Margaret Dunlop (age 16 born Scotland); Jessie Dunlop (age 14 born Scotland); William Dunlop (age 8 born Birkenhead); Elizabeth Dunlop (age 5 born Birkenhead); and Alberta Dunlop (age 1 born Birkenhead). Two servants.[2]

1901 Living at 33 Upper Parliament Place, Liverpool: James Dunlop (age 70 born Scotland), Mechanical Engineer and Employer. With his wife Elizabeth Dunlop (age 68 born Scotland) and their three children William Dunlop (age 38 born Birkenhead), Mechanical Engineer; Elizabeth Dunlop (age 35 born Birkenhead); and Alberta Dunlop (age 30 born Birkenhead). One servant.[3]

1904 Died at Liverpool

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 Census
  3. 1901 Census