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Frederick Firth, of [[William Firth (Company)|Frederick and William Firth]], iron merchants
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Agnes L Firth 9 months<ref>1861 census</ref>
 
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1871 Frederick Firth 46, iron merchant, lived in Leeds with Lucy Firth 36, Frederick G Firth 13, Agnes L Firth 10, William Firth 9, Frances C Firth 8, Henry E Firth 3, Herbert B Firth 2 months<ref>1871 census</ref>
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1879 of Leeds and Roundhay, when he died<ref>National probate calendar</ref>
  
  

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Frederick Firth, of Frederick and William Firth, iron merchants

1825 Born in Burnley

1861 Frederick Firth 36, Iron merchant employing 4 men, lived in Leeds with Lucy Firth 26, Frederick G Firth 3, Agnes L Firth 9 months[1]

1871 Frederick Firth 46, iron merchant, lived in Leeds with Lucy Firth 36, Frederick G Firth 13, Agnes L Firth 10, William Firth 9, Frances C Firth 8, Henry E Firth 3, Herbert B Firth 2 months[2]

1879 of Leeds and Roundhay, when he died[3]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 census
  2. 1871 census
  3. National probate calendar