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William Rainforth

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William Rainforth (c1846-1924) of W. Rainforth and Sons

1896 of Britannia Iron Works, Lincoln

1911 Living at South Park, Lincoln: William Rainforth (age 65 born Lincoln), Agricultural Implement Manufacturer - Employer. With his wife Anne Elizabeth Rainforth (age 56 born Lincoln) and their two children Guy Victor Rainforth (age 23 born Lincoln), Australian Share and Stock Broker; and Marguerite Idonia Rainforth (age 14 born Lincoln). Also his grand-daughter and his cousin. Two servants.[1]

1924 February 21st. Died, of Westfield House, Carholme Road, Lincoln. Probate to William Frederick Rainforth, Engineer, Henry Seeby, Gentleman and Edwin Craven Midgley, Solicitor.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census