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c1848 Born in Ettingshall the son of William Bayliss, Iron Hurdle manufacturer, and his wife Ann
1911 Living at The Woodhouse, Tettenhall, Wolverhampton: Samuel Bayliss (age 63 born Ettingshall), Bolt and Nut Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Emma Jane Bayliss (age 62 born Ettingshall) and their five children; Ethel Janet Bayliss (age 35 born Wolverhampton); Frederick William Bayliss (age 31 born Wolverhampton), Bolt and Nut Manufacturer; Constance Mary Bayliss (age 33 born Wolverhampton); Norman Frank Bayliss (age 28 born Wolverhampton), Motor car Engineer; and Bertram Harold Bayliss (age 23 born Wolverhampton). One visitor. Seven servants.
1932. Samuel Bayliss dies.