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William Joseph Lines

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William Joseph Lines (c1879- ) of Lines Brothers

ca.1879 Born the son of Joseph Lines

1881 Living at 457 Caledonian Road, Finsbury: Joseph Lines (age 33 born London), Rocking Horse maker. With his wife Jane Lines (age 30 born London) and their son William J. Lines (age 2 born London).[1]

1901 Living at 512 Caledonian Road, Islington: Joseph Lines (age 53 born London), Strong Toy Maker. With his wife Jane Lines (age 50 born London) and their seven children; William Joseph Lines (age 22 born London), Clerk; Edith Lines (age 20 born London); Walter Lines (age 19 born London), Clerk; Mary Lines (age 17 born London); George E. Lines (age 13 born London); Winifred Lines (age 10 born London); and Arthur E. Lines (age 8 born London).[2]

1907 Married at Hounslow to Winifred Kate Bouts

1911 Living at 1 Penn Road Villas, Holloway N.: William Joseph Lines (age 32 born Clerkenwell), Toy and Perambulator Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Winifred Kate Lines (age 27 born Clapham) and their daughter Winifred Joan Lines (age 1 born Holloway).[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census
  2. 1901 Census
  3. 1911 Census