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William Dickinson Butterworth

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William Dickinson Butterworth (1906- ) of Butterworth and Dickinson

1906 April 16th. Born

1911 Living at Lakeside, Fairhaven, Lytham: Thomas Butterworth (age 42 born Burnley), Maker of weaving machinery. With his wife Edith Butterworth (age 35 born Burnley) and their children Elfrida Butterworth (age 12 born Burnley), William Dickinson Butterworth (age 4 born Burnley), Margaret Butterworth (age 2 born Burnley). Three servants.[1]

1939 Resident at Hammond Field, Burnley. Manager and Director of Textile Works. With his wife and two children.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census
  2. 1939 Census