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William Thomas George (1884- )

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1884 Born in Birmingham

1901 William George 42, tin plate worker, lived in Birmingham with Isabella George 41, Lilly George 17, tin plate japanner, William George 16, tin plate worker, Isabella George 13, Kate George 12, Thomas George 3, Dot George 1[1]

1906 Married Ellen Elizabeth Coton in Aston[2]

1911 William Thomas George 26, tin plate worker, lived in Aston with Ellene Elizabeth George 24, Leslie Thomas George 3[3]

At some point formed W. T. George and Co

1939 William T George, ships lamp manufacturer, lived in Birmingham with Ellen E George[4]

1956 William T. George (age 69) died in Birmingham[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. BMD
  3. 1911 census
  4. 1939 register
  5. BMD