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William Britain (1831-1907)

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1831 Born in Birmingham, son of Edward and Elishaba Brittain[1]

1861 William Britain 29, master brass finisher, lived in Kentish Town with Anna Maria Britain 30, Anne Britain 8, Emily Britain 7, Minnie Britain 5, Julia Britain 3, William Britain 1

1871 William Britain 39, toy maker, lived in Islington with Anna M Britain 40, Annie Britain 18, toy maker, Emily Britain 17, toy maker, Minnie Britain 15, toy maker, William Britain 11, Alfred Britain 9, Frederick Britain 4[2]

1881 William Britain 49, mechanical toy maker, lived in Islington with Annie M. Britain 50 Anne Britain 28, mechanical toy maker, Emily Britain 27, mechanical toy maker, Minnie Britain 25, William Britain 21, mechanical toy maker, Alfred Britain 19, mechanical toy maker, Frederick Britain 14, Edward Britain 10, Frank Britain 8[3]

1891 William Britain 59, model manufacturer, employer, lived in Finchley with Anna M Britain 60, Annie Britain 38, Emily Britain 37, Edward Britain 20, Frank Britain 18[4]

1907 died in North Finchley.

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1871 census
  3. 1881 census
  4. 1891 census