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Samuel Denison (c1785-1866) of Samuel Denison and Son
1851 Living at Upper Fountain Street, Leeds: Samuel Denison (age 66 born Methley, Yks.), Whitesmith Master employing 9 men and 4 boys. With his wife Sarah Denison (age 59 born Braysopn, Yks.) and their three children; Henry D. Denison (age 29 born Leeds), Whitesmith Machine Maker; Eliza Denison (age 24 born Leeds); and Sarah D. Denison (age 15 born Leeds). One servant.
1861 Living at 17 Brunswick, Leeds: Henry D. Denison (age 39 born Leeds), Machine Maker employing 15 men and 3 apprentices. With his wife Mary Denison (age 35 born Woodhouse) and their three children; Samuel Denison (age 3 born Leeds); George H. Denison (age 2 born Leeds); and Sarah R. Denison (age 1 born Leeds). Also his father Samuel Denison (age 76 born Methley), Retired Machine Maker. One servant.
1866 July 16th. Died. 'On Monday, at Drighlington, aged SI, Mr. Samuel Denison, of the firm of Samuel Denison and Son, whitesmiths and weighing machine makers, Leeds.'