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William Allday (1822-1888)

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1822 Born the son of William Allday, Senior

1846 Married(1) Elizabeth Smith at Birmingham

1851 Birth of son William Allday (1851-1916)

1851 William Allday 29, bellows maker, lived in Birmingham with Elizabeth Allday 35, William Allday 6 weeks[1]

1855 Birth of son Edmund Allday (1855-1935)

1857 Married(2) Isabella Atkin

1858 Birth of son Harry Allday (1858-1930)

1860 Birth of daughter Sarah Isabella Allday (1860-1928)

1861 William Allday 39, bellows manufacturer, employing 15 men and 13 boys, lived in Erdington with Isabella Allday 41, William Allday 10, Edmond Allday 6, Harry Allday 2, Sarah Allday 1[2]

1862 Birth of daughter Ada Elizabeth Allday (1862- )

1871 Visiting the Channel Islands[3]

1881 Retired bellows maker[4]

1888 Died

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census