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William Fereday Bottomley

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William Fereday Bottomley (1841-1891) of David Moseley and Sons

1841 Born in Manchester the son of William Bottomley, a baker.

1864 September 15th. Married(1) at Chorlton to Elizabeth Blakey

1875 Married(2) at Chorlton to Emma Hughes

1881 Living at 28 Avon Street, Chorlton on Medlock: William Fereday Bottomley (age 39 born Manchester), Telegraph Engineer. With his wife Emma Bottomley (age 35 born Manchester) and their seven children; Lizzie Bottomley (age 15 born Manchester); William Bottomley (age 13 born Leeds); Mary Bottomley (age 11 born Leeds); Stanley Hughes Bottomley (age 4 born Manchester); Clarence Fereday Bottomley (age 3 born Manchester); Annie Bottomley (age 1 born Manchester); and Clarrisa Bottomley (age born Manchester).[1]

1891 Died in Ireland.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census