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William Howson Taylor

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1876 Born in Lancaster, son of Edward Richard Taylor, artist.

1891 Art student, lived with his parents in Edgbaston[1]

1901 Edward R Taylor 62, head master, school of art, lived in Edgbaston with Mary Taylor 63, Elizabeth Taylor 41, Neely H Taylor 30, William H Taylor 24, earthenware manufacturer, employer[2]

1911 Edward Richard Taylor 72, manufacturer of earthenware, lived in Edgbaston with Mary Taylor 73, Elizabeth Taylor 51, Etty Taylor 46, William Howson Taylor 34, manufacturer of earthenware[3]

1935 Died in Totnes; his estate was left to the administration of his widow, Florence Howson Taylor[4]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1891 census
  2. 1901 census
  3. 1911 census
  4. National probate calendar