Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 142,994 pages of information and 229,205 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.
John Slaughter (1834- ) of Aylesbury
Worked for Coventry Machinists Co
1874 Set up as Bayliss, Thomas and Slaughter
1881 Living at 17 Paynes Lane (age 47 born Aylesbury) a Bicycle Manufacturer employing 159 hands. With his wife Martha Slaughter (age 45 born St Luke's, Mddx) and their children John Slaughter (age 21 born Dorset Square, London), a Bicycle Machinist, Minnie Slaughter (age 16 born Marylebone), Thomas Slaughter (age 11 born Walworth) and Alice Slaughter (age 8 born Coventry).
1901 Living at Stoke Park, Coventry (age 67 born Aylesbury), a Cycle Manufacture and Employer - Widower. Also his daughter Alice (age 28 born Coventry) and his niece Rose Slaughter (age 24 born Stamford, Lincs). 
1911 Living at 1 Stoke Park Coventry (age 77 born Aylesbury), a Retired Cycle Manufacturer. With his wife (married nine years) Hatie (age 52 born Southwark). Also his nephew Cyril Hudson (age 15 born South Kensington). One servant.