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Albert Phillips (2)

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1841 born in Birmingham[1], son of Philip Phillips

1851 Phillip Phillips , General factor, living in Great Colmore St., Birmingam with Frances Phillips 53, Amelia Phillips 18, Montague Phillips 16, John Phillips 14, Albert Phillips 9[2]

1861 Match maker, living at home.

1868 Established Albert Phillips Ltd, bedstead manufacturers.

1871 Metallic bedstead manufacturer, master, living in Edgbaston with Rachael Phillips 35, Amelia Phillips 1[3]

1881 Manufacturer, living in Edgbaston, with Rachel Phillips 38, Amelia E. Phillips 11, Walter A. Phillips 9, Nellie F. Phillips 8, Philip J. Phillips 7, Marguerite Phillips 5, Leuin B. Phillips 4[4]

1919 of Excelsior Works, Eyre Street, Spring Hill, Birmingham and of Edgbaston, died in Kings Norton; his sons were Walter Albert Philipps, Philip John Phillips and Lewin Philipps, manufacturers[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. BMD
  2. 1851 census
  3. 1871 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. National Probate Calendar