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William Maberly Llewellin

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William Maberly Llewellin (c1849-1930) CE, FSPA, of 15 King Square, Bristol (1896)

c.1849 Born in Bristol[1]

1861 John Llewellin 57, brass manufacturer, lived in Clifton with Elizabeth Llewellin 47, John Llewellin 20, brass manufacturer, Peter Llewellin 14, William M Llewellin 11, Anna M Llewellin 18, Elizabeth L Llewellin 16[2]

1881 After the dissolution of Llewellins and James, William Maberly Llewellin continued the business at 28, Bath-street, Glasgow, on his own account[3]

1889 He was in business as Llewellin Machine Co in Bristol.

1894 Civil engineer and patent agent, of 15 King Square, Bristol; Llewellin's Machine Co was at the same address[4]

1901 William M Llewellin 45, civil engineer, lived in Clifton, Bristol with his wife Beatrice L Llewellin 23[5]

1911 William Llewellin, 57. civil engineer, single, lived in Cotham Lawn Road, Clifton[6]

1930 Died in Bristol[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1861 census
  3. London Gazette 27 Dec 1881
  4. Kelly's Bristol directory
  5. 1901 census
  6. 1911 census
  7. BMD