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William Chesterman

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William Chesterman (c1838-1930) of James Chesterman and Co

1851 Living at 26 Westfield Terrace, Sheffield: James Chesterman (age 56 born Calebroke, Buck), Small machinist. With his wife Harriet Chesterman (age 46 born Sheffield) and their three children; Jane Chesterman (age 15 born Sheffield); William Chesterman (age 13 born Sheffield) and Ellen Chesterman (age 11 born Sheffield).[1]

1901 Living at 99 Clarkhouse Road, Eccleshall, Sheffield: William Chesterman (age 63 born Sheffield), Manufacturer of Tapes, Rules, Weigh etc. With his wife Emma Chesterman (age 55 born Bury St. Edmunds) and their six children; Samuel Chesterman (age 29 born Sheffield), Manufacturer of Tapes, Rules, Weigh etc; Gerald Chesterman (age 28 born Sheffield), Manufacturer of Tapes, Rules, Weigh etc; Mabel Chesterman (age 27 born Sheffield); Maud Chesterman (age 25 born Sheffield); Winifred Chesterman (age 22 born Sheffield); Ida Chesterman (age 20 born Sheffield); and Phyllis Chesterman (age 14 born Sheffield). Seven servants. [2]

1930 January 6th. Died, of Belmayne, Sheffield, and of Eastwood Grange, Ashover, Derbyshire. Probate to Samuel Ernest Chesterman and Gerald William Chesterman, directors, and to Maud Mary Chesterman, spinster.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. 1901 Census