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Alfred Shuttleworth

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Alfred Shuttleworth of Clayton and Shuttleworth

1843 Q2. Born at Lincoln the son of Joseph Shuttleworth and his wife Sarah Grace

1861 Pupil at Rugby (age 17 born Lincoln). [1]

1880 His wife died

1881 Living at Minster Yard, Lincoln (age 37 born Lincoln), Agricultural Engineer, J.P.. Widower. [2]

1891 Living at Eastgate House, Lincoln (age 47 born Lincoln), Agricultural Engineer. Employer. Widower. Eight servants [3]

1901 Living at Eastgate House, Lincoln (age 57 born Lincoln), Mechanical Engineer. Employer. Widower. Eight Servants. [4]

1925 November 22nd. Died. Obituary. Aged 82. Director and afterwards from 1913 to 1924 Chairman of Clayton and Shuttleworth. High Sheriff of Lincoln in 1889. Member of the Royal Yacht Squadron. His wife, the younger daughter of Nathanial Clayton, died in 1880. [5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1881 Census
  3. 1891 census
  4. 1901 Census
  5. The Times, Monday, Nov 23, 1925