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Albert Alsop Jowitt (c1834-1891) of [[Thomas Jowitt and Sons]]
 
Albert Alsop Jowitt (c1834-1891) of [[Thomas Jowitt and Sons]]
  
ca.1834 Born the son of [[Thomas Jowitt]]. Brother of [[Thomas William Jowitt]]
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ca.1834 Born the son of [[Thomas Jowitt]].  
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1861 Living at Lower Crabtree, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield: [[Thomas Jowitt]] (age 54 born Sheffield), Steel Manufacturer. With his wife Ann Jowitt (age 48 born Sheffield) and their six children; [[Albert Alsop Jowitt|Albert Jowitt]] (age 27 born Sheffield); Eliza Jowitt (age 23 born Sheffield); Lucy Jowitt (age 21 born Sheffield); Alice Jowitt (age 13 born Sheffield); [[Thomas William Jowitt|Thomas Jowitt]] (age 10 born Sheffield); and Clara Jowitt (age 7 born Sheffield).<ref>1861 Census</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:10, 17 October 2020

Albert Alsop Jowitt (c1834-1891) of Thomas Jowitt and Sons

ca.1834 Born the son of Thomas Jowitt.

1861 Living at Lower Crabtree, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield: Thomas Jowitt (age 54 born Sheffield), Steel Manufacturer. With his wife Ann Jowitt (age 48 born Sheffield) and their six children; Albert Jowitt (age 27 born Sheffield); Eliza Jowitt (age 23 born Sheffield); Lucy Jowitt (age 21 born Sheffield); Alice Jowitt (age 13 born Sheffield); Thomas Jowitt (age 10 born Sheffield); and Clara Jowitt (age 7 born Sheffield).[1]

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  1. 1861 Census