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Samuel Meeson Swingler

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Samuel Meeson Swingler (1866-1949) of S. M. Swingler

1866 May 21st. Born the son of George Swingler

1911 Living at 25 Hillaries Road, Erdington: Samuel Meeson Swingler (age 44 born Aston), Cycle and Motor Machinist - Employer. With his widow mother Susannah (age 81 born Birmingham) and his sister.[1]

1939 Living at 8 Hunton Hill with Amy Swingler. General Machinist - Cycle Motors - Employer.[2]

1949 September 28th. Died. Of 8 Hunton Hill. Probate to his widow Amy Swingler.

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  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census