Grace's Guide To British Industrial History

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George Henry Williamson

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George Henry Williamson (1840-1918) of W. B. Williamson and Sons later G. H. Williamson and Sons

1861 Living at Sidbury Street, Worcester: William Williamson (age 50 born Cork, Ireland), Tinplate Manufacturer employing 3 men and 4 boys. With his wife Elizabeth Williamson (age 46 born Cork, Ireland) and their two sons George Williamson (age 21 born London), Tin Plate Worker, and William Williamson (age 16 born Cork, Ireland), Tin Plate Worker. Also his nephew Thomas Williamson (age 16 born New Jersey, America), Tin Plate Worker. Also a boarder Joseph Morgan (age 46 born South Wales), Tin Plate Worker.[1]

1871 Living at 3 Field Terrace, Worcester: William B. Williamson (age 59 born Ireland), Tin Ware Master employing 30. With his wife Elizabeth Williamson (age 54 born Ireland) and their son George H. Williamson (age 26 born London), Clerk. One servant.[2]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1861 Census
  2. 1871 Census