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Joseph Stevens (1821-1897)

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c.1821 Born in Hanbury, Worcs

1865 Joseph Smith was a jobbing smith in New Street, Wednesfield[1]

1871 Joseph Stevens 50, a jobbing smith, lived in New Street, Willenhall, Wednesfield with Mary Ann Stevens 46, Elizabeth Stevens 18, Joseph Stevens 16, jobbing smith, Mary Stevens 12, John Stevens 10, Martha Stevens 8, Emma Stevens 5[2]

1872 Joseph Stevens was in business as a press tool maker in Wednesfield[3]

1881 Joseph Stevens 59, press tool maker, lived in Cross Street, Willenhall, Wednesfield, with Mary Ann Stevens 57, John Stevens 21, Emma Stevens 17, and his grandson Fredk. Adey 3[4]

1891 Joseph Stevens 69, a jobbing smith, lived in Willenhall with Mary Ann Stevens 67[5]

1892 Joseph Stevens was in business as a press tool maker in Penn Street, Wednesfield[6]

1896 Joseph Stevens was in business as a press tool maker in Cross Street, Wednesfield<Kelly's Directory</ref>

1897 Died in Wolverhampton[7]

1900 Joseph Stevens was still recorded as in business as a press tool maker in Cross Street, Wednesfield<Kelly's Directory</ref>

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Sources of Information

  1. Commercial directory
  2. 1871 census
  3. Post Office Directory
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. Directory
  7. BMD