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William Carr Hutton

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William Carr Hutton (1803-1865) of William Hutton and Sons

1803 October 27th. Born at Birmingham the son of William Hutton

1833 Married at York to Mary Ann Hinchcliffe - five sons and a daughter

1834 Birth of son William henry Hutton - emigrated to Canada

1836 Birth of son George William Hutton

1838 Birth of son James Edward Hutton

1839 Birth of son Robert Hutton

1841 Birth of daughter Alice Hutton

1843 Birth of son Herbert Hutton

1861 Living at Eccleshall Bierlow, Sheffield: William Carr Hutton (age 57 born Sheffield), Manufacturer of Electro and German Silver Plated Goods employing 34 men, 35 women and 37 boys. Widower. With his daughter and son.[1]

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  1. 1861 Census