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Thomas Damby Cross

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Thomas Damby Cross (1839-1908) of Cross Brothers and later of T. D. Cross and Sons

1851 Living at 27 Charles Street, Birmingham): Charles Cross (age 45 born Ridge), Green Grocer. With his wife Charlotte Cross (age 45 born Wednesbury) and their six children; Ann Cross (age 15 born Wednesbury); Joseph Cross (age 13 born Wednesbury), Brass Founder; Thomas Cross (age 11 born Wednesbury), Lamp Maker; James Cross (age 9 born Wednesbury); William Cross (age 8 born Wednesbury); and Ellen Cross (age 4 born Birmingham).[1]

1901 Living at 27 Westminster Road, Handsworth: Thomas D. Cross (age 61 born Wednesbury), Gun Merchant - Employer. With his wife Ann M. Cross (age 62 born Birmingham) and their three children; Elizabeth Cross (age 30 born Aston); Harry Cross (age 28 born Birmingham), Gun Merchant; Alfred Cross (age 25 born Birmingham), Engineer Civil. One servant.[2]

1908 July 26th. Died, of 27 Westminster Road, Handsworth. Probate to his widow Ann Maria Cross.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1901 Census