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Frederick William Brampton (1863- )

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1863 Born in Birmingham, son of Alfred Brampton, a brass founder.

1885 A brass founder (son of Alfred Brampton, brass founder) when he married Emily Ellen Lasseter in Aston Brook[1]

1891 Frederick W Brampton 28, brass caster, living in Birmingham, with Emily Brampton 22, Matilda Brampton 4, Alfred Brampton 2, Florence Brampton 2 Months[2]

1893 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, Frederick William Brampton and William Adcock, carrying on business as Brassfounders, Stampers, and Piercers, at Stafford Works, St. Clement's-road, Birmingham, in the county of Warwick, under the style or firm of Brampton, Adcock, and Co., was dissolved...'[3]

1901 Frederick Brampton 37, labourer, lived in Aston with Emily Brampton 32, Matilda F Brampton 14, Alfred Brampton 12, Frederick Brampton 8, Frank Brampton 4, George Brampton 8 months[4]

1911 Emily Brampton 42, married, press worker, lived in Aston with Frederick Brampton 18, Frank Brampton 14, George Brampton 11[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. Marriage register
  2. 1891 census
  3. [1] Gazette Issue 26454 published on the 31 October 1893. Page 27 of 70
  4. 1901 census
  5. 1911 census