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George Gray (1794-1876)

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of Sheffield, Saw maker

c1794 Born

1861 George Gray 67, saw manufacturer, lived in Sheffield with his sister in law Esther Gray 50, and nephew, Dyson Ewick (Levick?) 16, merchant clerk and .... manufacturer[1]

1871 George Gray 77, saw maker, lived in Sheffield[2]

1876 Died in Sheffield; his executors were Samuel Gray Richardson cutlery manufacturer and Joseph Spencer, Clerk of the Sheffield Board of Guardians, the nephews both of Sheffield[3]

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Sources of Information

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