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Samuel Amphlet

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Samuel Amphlet (c1832-1903)

c.1832 Born in Walsall

1861 Saml Amphlett 29, manufacturer of wooden goods, lived in Edgbaston with Mary Jane Amphlett 24[1]

1867 Patent to Samuel Amphlet, of Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, Manufacturer, and Joseph Beverley Fenby, of Birmingham aforesaid, Mechanical Engineer, in respect of the invention of "improvements in machinery for ruling ornamental patterns or devices."[2]

1871 Samuel Amphlett 39, manufacturer of Scotch Wood Work, employing 4 people, lived in Birmingham with Mary J Amphlett 34, Samuel W Amphlett 6, Charles E Amphlett 4, Frederick W Amphlett 2, Mary White A Amphlett 10 Months[3]

1881 Samuel Amphlet 49, Manufacturer Of Fancy Woodwork (Cabinet Maker), Mary J. Amphlet 44, Samuel W. Amphlet 16, Charles E. Amphlet 14, Frederick W. Amphlet 12, Margaret A. Amphlet 10, Jessie Hickisson Amphlet 8, Ethel M. Amphlet 6, Mabel B. Amphlet 4, Beatrice M. Amphlet 1[4]

1891 Samuel Amphlet 59, dealer in patent tobacco pipes, lived in Edgbaston with Mary J. Amphlet 54, Samuel W. Amphlet 26, machine maker manager, Charles E. Amphlet 24, solicitor, Frederick W. Amphlet 22, auctioneer's articled clerk, Marguerite A. Amphlet 20, Jessie H. Amphlet 18, Ethel M. Amphlet 16, Mabel B. Amphlet 14, Beatrice M. Amphlet 11[5]

1903 Died in Edgbaston[6]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. London Gazette 7 Jan 1868
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. 1891 census
  6. National probate calendar