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Charles Loveridge

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c.1814 Born in Erdington, son of Samuel Loveridge and his wife Ann

1851 Egg and butter merchant, living in Birmingham with Eliza Loveridge 40, Ellen Loveridge 5, Harry Loveridge 3, Kate Loveridge 9 Mo[1]

1861 Charles Loveridge 47, provision merchant, Eliza Loveridge 50, Ellen Loveridge 15, Harry Loveridge 13, Kate Loveridge 10, Charles Leonard Loveridge 5, living in Birmingham[2]

1885 A farmer of Tettenhall when he died; his will was proved by his brothers Henry Loveridge, japanned goods manufacturer, and Samuel Loveridge, ironfounder[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. 1861 census
  3. National Probate Calendar