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Thomas Edward Slingsby

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Thomas Edward Slingsby (1877- ) of the Yorkshire Bottling Co

1877 Born at Bradford the son of Thomas Slingsby (1842-1918) and his wife Mary Ann Crowther (1846-1925)

1891 Living at 18 Spring Garden Road, Bradford: Thomas Slingsby (age 49 born Bradford), Reed Mechanic and Employer. With his wife Mary A. Slingsby (age 44 born Low Moor) and their six children; Arthur Slingsby (age 22 born Bradford); Bertha Slingsby (age 21 born Bradford); Harry C. Slingsby (age 20 born Bradford); Walter J. Slingsby (age 15 born Bradford); Thos E. Slingsby (age 13 born Bradford); and Lucy J. Slingsby (age 12 born Bradford).[1]

1901 Living at 27 Victor Road, Bradford: Thomas Slingsby (age 59 born Bradford), Wholesale Bottler Merchant of Ale and Porter - Employer. With his wife Mary A. Slingsby (age 54 born Bradford) and their five children; Arthur Slingsby (age 32 born Bradford), Stuff and Woollen Merchant - Employer; Bertha Slingsby (age 31 born Bradford); Walter J. Slingsby (age 25 born Bradford), Truck Manufacturer - Manager; Thomas E Slingsby (age 23 born Bradford), Foreman Bottling Works; and Lucy J Slingsby (age 22 born Bradford). One servant.[2]

1911 Living at 45 Leylands Lane, Bradford: Thos. Ed. Slingsley (age 33 born Heaton, Bradford), Ale and Stout Merchant and Bottler - Employer. With his wife Lucy Slingsley (age 29 born Heaton, Bradford). One servant. [3]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census