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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
1891 Frederick W Brampton 28, brass caster, living in Birmingham, with Emily Brampton 22, Matilda Brampton 4, Alfred Brampton 2, Florence Brampton 2 Months
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...'
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
1911 Emily Brampton 42, married, press worker, lived in Aston with Frederick Brampton 18, Frank Brampton 14, George Brampton 11