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William Molineaux

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William Molineaux (c1831-1902)

c.1831 Born in Old Park, Shropshire

1881 William Molineaux 50, roll turner, lived in Wolverhampton with Jane Molineaux 51, Jane Han Molineaux 19, Albert Tho. Molineaux 16, George Tho. Molineaux 13, Emma Molineaux 8[1]

1888 Listed as an Ordinary member of the Iron and Steel Institute; of Capponfield Iron Works, Bilston.

1891 William Molineux 60, iron manufacturer, employer, lived in Wolverhampton with Jane Molineux 61, George Molineux 23, Emma Molineux 18[2]

1901 Willm Molineaux 70, retired iron manufacturer, lived in Wolverhampton with Jane Molineaux 71, George Molineaux 33, Emma Molineaux 28[3]

1903 Obituary [4]

WILLIAM MOLINEAUX died suddenly at his residence at Wolverhampton on December 29, 1902. He was at one time prominently associated with the sheet trade of South Staffordshire, and was formerly the proprietor of the Caponfield Ironworks at Bilston. He retired some years ago into private life.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1895.

1903 Obituary.[5]

...for many years the proprietor of the Capponfield Ironworks, near Bilston, ...

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