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William Eden Walker

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William Eden Walker (1843-1930), of Walker, Maynard and Co

1843 Born in Stockton On Tees

1881 William E. Walker 38, Iron Master Employing 200 Men, lived in Guisborough, with Mary L. Walker 36, Mary E. Walker 8, Charles C. Walker 5, William E. Walker 3, and his brother Thomas Walker 36, Wine Merchant Employing 13 Men[1]

1889 Took on the management of the Redcar Iron Works

1901 William E Walker 58, ironmaster, employer, lived in Saltburn with Mary L Walker 56, William E Walker 23, ironmaster, employer[2]

1930 Died in Scarborough

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1901 census